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Civil Discourse / Senator Martin Heinrich – 14 November 2018

In this installment of Civil Discourse, creator and host Jamie Newton interviewed Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) on 14 November 2018 following the  midterm elections. This short interview covered two major topics: Democratic values and institutions, and secure elections… How fares the republic? Jamie asked Senator Heinrich to reflect on the 2018 midterm election processes and outcomes, the contentious political climate, and the prospects of bipartisan cooperation. U.S.-Mexico border issues, including militarization […]

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Civil Discourse / Senator Martin Heinrich – 181023

Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) was interviewed on October 23, 2018 by audio link from Albuquerque, New Mexico by Jamie Newton, host of GMCR’s public affairs program Civil Discourse.  This short interview was conducted as a news service with one of New Mexico’s sitting senators, not as a campaign appearance. It covered events and issues currently at the center of state and national attention, including: The future of public lands, wilderness […]

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Civil Discourse / Senator Martin Heinrich

In this installment of Civil Discourse, host Jamie Newton interviews Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM).  The discussion took place on the morning of February 8, 2018 by audio link from his Washington, DC office as a second government shutdown loomed with a midnight deadline.  Though brief, the Senator responded to several questions of events and issues currently at the center of political attention in Washington, including: Funding for more than 10,000 […]

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Civil Discourse / Senator Martin Heinrich

Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) spent the Fourth of July 2017, in Silver City and Jamie Newton - host of GMCR/KURU’s public affairs program Civil Discourse - interviewed the Senator live early that morning. The interview covered a wide range of topics of interest to GMCR listeners, including: Senator Heinrich’s top legislative priorities for the current session Bipartisan cooperation in the Senate and House, in the current antagonistic environment The future […]

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Civil Discourse / Immigration – Risks, Rights, & Opportunities

The WNMU forum of 30 Mars 2017 was titled Fighting the Dragnet and addressed a range of immigration justice issues.  Later that evening those panelists joined Civil Discourse host Jamie Newton at the GMCR / KURU studio to continue and expand their conversation. This Civil Discourse installment is titled Immigration Justice, 2017: Risks, Rights, and Opportunities and Jamie's guests were: Allegra Love is an immigration attorney, founder and Director of […]

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Civil Discourse / Nonviolence is Powerful

This week, Civil Discourse host Jamie Newton, Laura Ramnarace and Alicia Edwards examine the premise that Nonviolence is Powerful as evidenced by the effectiveness of nonviolent movements for social change, in contrast to movements that include or rely on violence. Jamie Newton's guests are Silver City residents with years of experience in nonviolent community organizing and action. Laura Ramnarace, who holds a master’s degree in conflict resolution from Antioch University, […]

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GMCR Special Coverage / An interview with Jill Hruby

Jill Hruby was the Director of Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM. Along with Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sandia is in the vanguard of US nuclear weapons research, development, monitoring, security and a myriad of services for nuclear and national security issues. Sandia is also a leader in many other fields with domestic applications, including micro-engineering, energy studies, nuclear nonproliferation technology, solar applications, and security and resiliency of cities. The Gila […]

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Civil Discourse / Groundswell Grant County 2017

This week, organizers of the People’s Procession and the community meetings convened by and Indivisible discussed how everyone can easily join a groundswell of citizen action for effective impact on the vital political decisions of our time. We reviewed the events of the first months of this year, and the goals and methods of groups including Grant County Action, Democracy Advocates, and Indivisible networks in the Mimbres Valley and […]

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Civil Discourse / Silver & Cobre Schools Candidate Roundtable

Welcome to Civil Discourse, hosted by retired San Francisco State University social psychology professor and GMCR board chair, Jamie Newton. In keeping with GMCR & KURU's support of democratic and electoral process, Civil Discourse presents a Roundtable for Candidates to the Silver & Cobre Consolidated School Districts. The live broadcast occurred on Wednesday 25 January 2017. in the studio of Gila / Mimbres Community Radio and KURU 89.1 FM. While […]

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Gila Mimbres Community Radio KURU 89.1 FM – 519 B North Bullard Street Silver City, NM 88061