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Families Ask APS To Reaffirm 'Safe Haven' Policies

Jan 19, 2017
Rachel LaZar / El CENTRO de Igualdad y Derechos

As Donald Trump prepares to take office, many immigrant families are concerned about his promise to ramp up deportations.

At an Albuquerque Public Schools board meeting Wednesday night, dozens of community members asked the district to reaffirm its commitment to its “safe haven” policy for students.

Mike Smith

A rash of broken windows at businesses along Central Avenue in Albuquerque that started last week continued Wednesday night. At least five Mexican and New Mexican restaurants and one tire shop were vandalized in recent days, including Los Compadres and Garcia’s Kitchen

Ranchers: USDA Discrimination Is Ongoing

Sep 30, 2015
Rita Daniels

Ranchers and farmers gathered in Albuquerque this week, in part to raise awareness about claims that the U.S. Department of Agriculture continues to discriminate against them.

In the past the USDA has settled discrimination claims with women, blacks, Latinos and Native Americans, in some cases for denying grazing permits.

Race And Police Militarization Part II

Aug 27, 2014
hugovk via Flickr / Creative Commons License

KUNM Call In Show Thu. 8/28 8a: 

Images from protests in Ferguson, Missouri have outlined the reality of racial inequality and police militarization throughout the United States. We'll continue last week's conversation and ask law enforcement officials, does this create an "us v. them" mindset for police? What about in communities?

We'd like to hear from you - email callinshow@kunm.org, post your comments online or call in live during the show. 

Guests: 

Keepseagle Claims Case

Oct 24, 2011
Bureau of Indian Affairs

10/24 at 11 am:  The clock is ticking for Native American farmers and ranchers in the historic Keepseagle claims case. The period to file a claim in the Keepseagle class action settlement is two months away. The Keepseagle case was won by Native Americans, who claimed  that the U.S. Department of Agriculture discriminated against them.