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Marisa Demarco

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28 March 2019

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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After years of asking the city of Albuquerque to light their streets, the community group, Light the District has started doing it on their own. Recognizing that unlit streets can lead to crime and injuries, the group...

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Marisa Demarco

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21 February 2019

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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3-5 Minutes

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Albuquerque Police Department knows that not all community members are apt to trust in officers, so the department created a new interdisciplinary team specifically focused on working with those people. Although this ...

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Ty Bannerman

7 February 2019

New Mexico, United States

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Over 15 Minutes

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Across New Mexico, organizations and local governments are working to address homelessness. This podcast outlines multiple initiatives, including ones to make a winter shelter open all year round and a program geared ...

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Megan Kamerick

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27 December 2018

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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Crossroads for Women, a New Mexico nonprofit, is helping formerly incarcerated women find community, support, and recovery. Using trauma-informed care practices, the program offers a comprehensive list of services lik...

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May Ortega

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10 September 2018

Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

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A Santa Fe medical center is augmenting addiction treatment with art therapy. Their approach works to heal the emotional trauma associated with drug addiction and empower them to take control of their own stories.

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Hannah Colton

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13 June 2018

Tucson, Arizona, United States

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In 2014, Tucson schools found that performance and graduation rates improved dramatically when students completed classes in Mexican-American studies - the achievement gap closed within a matter of a few years. Now, a...

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Leah Todd

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6 April 2018

New Mexico, United States

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The Federal Communications Commission states that close to 39% of Americans in rural areas do not have high-speed internet access. Several co-ops in New Mexico are part of a move to change that. Kit Carson and other r...

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Marisa Demarco

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5 April 2018

Taos, New Mexico, United States

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Cooperatives owned by the people they serve give communities control over local telecommunications infrastructure. The member-owned Kit Carson Electric Cooperative provides access to broadband Internet in a remote reg...

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Marisa Demarco

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5 April 2018

Taos, New Mexico, United States

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In rural New Mexico, a co-op that has traditionally provided electricity is also providing a new service - internet access. The "digital divide" has been identified as a key hurdle in overcoming poverty; the co-op als...

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Sarah Gustavus

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4 April 2018

New Mexico, United States

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Grants from the federal government can help fund infrastructure projects where large telecommunications companies see no incentive. Multiple initiatives across New Mexico are stepping in to bring reliable internet con...

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Ed Williams

27 October 2017

New Mexico, United States

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Indian Health Service, the Native American Health federal agency, has not always been an ideal health program due to lack of funding and lack of flexibility to each tribe. More tribes are opening their own clinics in ...

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