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Ellen Berkovitch

15 November 2016

Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

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5-15 Minutes

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Kha'p'o Community School recently became the first of six Native American Community Academy schools in New Mexico and, after two years of planning, is now entirely under tribal control. Its educational model brings tr...

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Lucia Duncan

4 October 2016

Dixon, New Mexico, United States

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In New Mexico, public libraries are funded by municipalities. That means, if you live in an unincorporated town, there’s no funding stream for a local public library. But, in northern New Mexico, residents in severa...

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Ellen Berkovitch

12 September 2016

Chimayo, New Mexico, United States

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Chimayo, New Mexico has a heroin overdose rate that is five times the national rate. Barrios Unidos is a community center in Chimayo that offers drug abuse treatment to whole families through community therapy and hol...

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Ellen Berkovitch

31 August 2016

Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

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Reunity Resources is a Santa Fe-based company that has stepped into the national arena in which many cities are contemplating what to do with the enormous problem of food waste. Some 40% of the food supply goes uneate...

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John Calef

5 August 2016

New Mexico, United States

Podcast

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Opioid overdoses have increased across the United States and rural areas have more difficult access to receive proper treatment. Narcan or Naloxone is a treatment for opioid overdose that is more accessible now to ru...

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Ellen Berkovitch

5 July 2016

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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In many rural communities, access to specialty care represents the biggest health challenge. Since 2003, a groundbreaking initiative called Project Echo at the University of New Mexico has confronted that gap — with p...

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