Month: January 2016

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Earth Matters

Earth Matters /
Nathan Small – Desert Peaks National Monument

In this week’s edition of Earth Matters, co-producer and New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Gila Grassroots Organizer, Nathan Newcomer interviews Nathan Small, also with the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance. They discuss the recent designation of the Organ Mountains - Desert Peaks National Monument. The new national monument possesses a rich diversity of Chihuahuan Desert wild lands and unique Pre-American, New Mexican, and American history including training sites for the Apollo Space […]

today26 January 2016

Civil Discourse

Civil Discourse / Silver City Candidate Roundtable – 2016

GMCR board member, retired San Francisco State University social psychology professor, and host of Civil Discourse, Jamie Newton invited all candidates for Silver City offices on the March 1st, 2016 ballot to a live, on-air, round table discussion of their views and goals on Monday / 25 January 2016 / 6pm. The candidates for are... For Mayor Cynthia Ann Bettison cynthiaannbettison@hotmail.com facebook / Cynthia-Bettison twitter / @mogollonarchy 575.574.2779 Current Councilor […]

today25 January 2016

Gender Trouble!

Gender Trouble / Shane Patrick

Shane Patrick comes to us from Tucson.  I met her at my transgender support group in Tucson—the Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGA).  Shane has led a very interesting life and it still continues to be interesting, as she has started transitioning from male to female at the age of 75.  She says she new that something was wrong at the age of four, but she says she had no words […]

today22 January 2016 3

Earth Matters

Earth Matters / John Cornell – NM Wildlife Federation

On this week’s Earth Matters, Donna Stevens, Executive Director of the Upper Gila Watershed Alliance, interviews John Cornell, Sportsman Organizer for the New Mexico Wildlife Federation.  Not a hunter?  Not to worry... conservationists have much in common with the Wildlife Federation. This wide-ranging conversation covers such topics as the State Land Office’s recent huge fee increase to allow access to state land for New Mexico’s hunters - while failing to […]

today21 January 2016

Gender Trouble!

Gender Trouble / Emma Bailey & Lydia Huerta

This week Gender Trouble is hosting two Western New Mexico University professors: Dr Lydia Huerta, Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies and Dr Emma G Bailey, Professor of Sociology.  Both are Co-Directors of The Center for Gender Equity. The discussion covers the breadth and importance of the The Center and its services to the local community and the backgrounds and accomplishments of these two professors.  The discussion also addresses  LGBTQI feminists […]

today16 January 2016 2

Silver Consolidated Schools

Silver Consolidated Schools / 15 December 2015

Welcome to our special coverage of the Silver Consolidated Schools Board Meeting on Tuesday 15 December 2015. The matter of the display of large Confederate flags on the vehicles of students - parked immediately adjacent to Cliff High School - that was addressed in last month's meeting was met not just with stony silence by the majority of the SCS board, but by a challenge from board member Tony Egan […]

today10 January 2016

Gender Trouble!

Gender Trouble / Adrien Lawyer

This week Gender Trouble is hosting Adrien Lawyer from the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico.  Adrien and myself will be presenting a discussion on Transgender 101.  Adrien is a trans man (female to man) and I am a trans woman (male to female.  We each bring a different perspective to the subject.  I think this will be a very educational and interesting discussion. Adrien is the co-director and co-founder […]

today8 January 2016 2

Earth Matters

Earth Matters / Wild & Scenic Film Fest & Tom Holt

On this week’s Earth Matters, Donna Stevens, Executive Director of the Upper Gila Watershed Alliance, welcomes two guests to speak about the visual arts. In the first half of the show, Stevens interviews Earth Matters co-host Allyson Siwik about the 5th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Silver City. Scheduled for January 9, 2016, the festival features films of wild rivers, social justice, wildlife, climate change, and conservation biology. […]

today7 January 2016

Earth Matters

Earth Matters / Sister Joan Brown

Earth Matters co-producer and GRIP Executive Director Allyson Siwik talks with Sister Joan Brown, a Franciscan Sister from the Rochester, Minnesota Franciscan Community and executive director of New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light. Representing Franciscans International and New Mexico's interfaith community, Joan participated in the Paris Climate Talks in December that brought together high-level negotiators from nearly 200 nations from across the planet to discuss and agree on measures to […]

today4 January 2016

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