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African Americans

Tony Webster via Flickr / CREATIVE COMMONS

A federal sting last year resulted in the arrest of an unusually high number of African-Americans in Albuquerque, and mostly vulnerable, low-level offenders—not the bosses of big drug and gun rings.

Anson Stevens-Bollen/New Mexico In Depth

The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has been criticized in recent years for running undercover sting operations that lead to disproportionate arrests of people of color. Last year in Albuquerque, the same ATF team picked up a hugely disproportionate number of African American people in an undercover sting operation.

Honoring Black History

Feb 17, 2017
Creative Commons, Wiki

Sat 2/18 9a: This Saturday on The Children's Hour, the KUNM Kids explore Black history in America. We'll read poetry, and learn about how African Americans were forced to come to our country as slaves. With great music, a family events calendar, the KUNM Kids Birthday Club, and so much more. Join us from 9 to 10am every Saturday!

JP Eaglin Worldwide Underground

A diverse group of black artists will gather this weekend to celebrate black culture. The Burque Noir multimedia and entertainment event at the South Broadway Cultural Center in Albuquerque on Saturday October 15, 2016, features poets, musicians, and visual and performance artists.