Curing blindness in India and at Kewa Pueblo
Heroin and opiate addiction on the Rez, in the Pueblos, and in Northern New Mexico.
Dave talks with author Naomi Schaefer Riley about modern American culture’s impact on Native American life.
Dave talks with High Country News’ Washington D.C. correspondent Elizabeth Shogren about new Federal environmental projects.
Dave talks with Associated Press reporter Mary Hudetz about Obama’s efforts to make good with Native Americans.
Dave talks with VICE News reporter Neha Shastry about water and the uranium mining industry’s legacy of contamination on the Navajo reservation.
Dave talks with Trip Jennings, Editor-In-Chief of New Mexico In Depth, about what to watch for from the New Mexico legislature this session.
Dave talks with Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, about race and America’s digital divide.
Dave talks with Navajo Times reporter Cindy Yurth about the aftermath of the Gold King Mine spill.
You might think of attorneys as civil folk with deep respect for the law and each other. Not when tens of millions of dollars at stake! Journalist Daniel Fisher of Forbes Magazine on sharp elbows, and dirty dealings from both sides of the legal argument over who should pay the human health costs from asbestos.
The State of New Mexico got $73 million from the Federal Energy Department to compensate for Los Alamos Labs filling waste barrels with the wrong stuff, and forcing the shut down the WIPP nuclear waste repository for years. A good deal? For whom? The New Mexican’s Staci Matlock on the blow-up, the clean-up and the latest news from the labs.
Medical visionary Dr Sanjeev Arora of the UNM Health Sciences Center. His Project ECHO is revolutionizing the delivery of world class medical care to rural areas of NM and the world, and restoring the old personal relationship between doctors and their patients.