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Augmented Humanity is produced by the New Mexico Humanities Council in partnership with KUNM. Our guests on this show are modern explorers working at the intersection of technology and the humanities who help us to understand ourselves and the worlds we create in this digital age. They are thinkers, creators, makers and academics, all working in diverse fields. Together we discuss what we can understand about ourselves and others with the use of this technology; how the technology changes us ...
 
A creative, news-focused show about the pandemic and the fights against racism in our communities. We’re working to generate connections in a time of physical distancing and offer a global perspective. On KUNM’s airwaves Sundays at 11 am and available wherever you get your podcasts. This show is part of the Your New Mexico Government project at KUNM, New Mexico PBS and the Santa Fe Reporter. Hosted by Khalil Ekulona and executive produced by Marisa Demarco. (Funding for the project comes fro ...
 
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Progkast is on Patreon at www.patreon.com/julsprogkast. It is through patrons that Progkast has been able to continue. Progkast features independently produced/distributed artists as well as some artists on small record labels. This includes sub-genres of Prog including Lo-Fi, Psychedelic, Symphonic, Metal, Fusion, Medieval, Electronic, and Experimental, amongst others. Please like and or follow Progkast and Prog Rock Nation (all encompassing Progressive Rock radio show) on facebook to keep ...
 
Show & Tell sex is a podcast produced by Self Serve Toys in collaboration with KUNM, a public radio station in Albuquerque NM. Self Serve toys is a feminist sex shop in Albuquerque New Mexico, specializing in body-safe, non-toxic toys with a health and education focus. Find us online at selfservetoys.com. In this podcast we’ll show the parts that so often get left unsaid. We'll show the parts that we have silenced. We'll tell our secrets. We will be brave together. And we’ll have some fun--b ...
 
Nonviolent communication is a process that consists of an intention to contribute to our own well being, and the well being of others, compassionately. So that whatever we do is done willingly, not done out of guilt, or shame, or fear of punishment, or trying to buy love, by submitting to what we think others expect us to do. That we give solely out of the joy that comes naturally from contributing to life. Our own life and the lives of others. --- Leave a message to be included on this podc ...
 
The Agenda Podcast with Stephen Cole is a weekly podcast looking beyond the headlines and accepted wisdom to find the real story.Hosted by award-winning journalist and presenter Stephen Cole, the show quite simply sets the agenda. You won't find the same old talking heads recycling platitudes, instead, The Agenda Podcast brings you thought-provoking guests who debate and explore key issues in today's world.
 
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We're joined by Michael Running Wolf (Northern Cheyenne, Lakota and Blackfeet), who was raised in a rural prairie village in Montana with intermittent water and electricity; naturally he has a Master’s of Science in Computer Science, is a former engineer for Amazon’s Alexa, and is an instructor at Northeastern University. He was raised with a grand…
 
The New Mexico legislature gets together en masse once a year, for 30 days in even-numbered years. With such a limited time to meet, their primary duty is to create a budget for next fiscal year. However, the governor has added to the legislative agenda, and among her priorities are making the state a future hub for hydrogen energy, creating a “Med…
 
We’re joined by Michael Running Wolf (Northern Cheyenne, Lakota and Blackfeet), who was raised in a rural prairie village in Montana with intermittent water and electricity; naturally he has a Master’s of Science in Computer Science, is a former engineer for Amazon’s Alexa, and is an instructor at Northeastern University. By leveraging his advanced…
 
On this program we’re joined by Michael Running Wolf (Northern Cheyenne, Lakota and Blackfeet), who was raised in a rural prairie village in Montana with intermittent water and electricity. By leveraging his advanced degree and professional engineering experience, Michael hopes to strengthen the ecology of thought represented by indigenous language…
 
Joining host Stephen Spitz this month is Don Hancock, Director of the Nuclear Waste Program for the Southwest Research and Information Center (SRIC). We will discuss the proposed expansion of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in southeastern New Mexico. WIPP is the nation’s only deep geologic long-lived radioactive waste repository. Its missio…
 
On this program we’re joined by Michael Running Wolf (Northern Cheyenne, Lakota and Blackfeet), who was raised in a rural prairie village in Montana with intermittent water and electricity. By leveraging his advanced degree and professional engineering experience, Michael hopes to strengthen the ecology of thought represented by indigenous language…
 
This week, we wrap up Season 3 of the podcast with a grab bag of topics. For starters, we introduce you to the state's first ever Director of the Cannabis Control Division. Kristen Thomson has spent years in the industry, mostly in Colorado, as a lobbyist. Hosts Andy Lyman and Megan Kamerick find out why she wanted to take on this job, and how she …
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 12/9 8am: New Mexico relies heavily on government for employment, but like other sectors the state and cities are having trouble with staffing. We’ll ask state and local policy makers and researchers what we can do to compete while other Southwestern cities and states seem to be doing better. Is government work on your radar o…
 
This time on Growing Forward, we get an update on the rolling out of the cannabis industry in New Mexico, and hear what the public thinks about the process to date. This special episode comes from our friends at KUNM radio, and a recent Let's Talk New Mexico episode. The show was hosted by our co-host Megan Kamerick and our other co-host Andy Lyman…
 
Growing up in Baltimore, UNM Music Professor Richard Antoine White did his best to care for his mother, who was battling alcoholism, while experiencing homelessness and hunger. Searching for his mother one night resulted in a near death experience in the snow and being taken in by his adoptive grandparents. Under the care of his adoptive family, Wh…
 
There was big news this week on the cannabis front in New Mexico. As our co-host, Andy Lyman first reported, the state has now issued its first cultivation license. This is no doubt a big step for the recreational market in New Mexico, but it still leaves countless other applications in limbo with time running out to get plants in the ground in tim…
 
The clock is ticking down for people hoping to break into the state's forthcoming recreational cannabis market. Would-be producers are still weaving their way through the licensing process, and that path has been anything but smooth so far. This week, we talk to three different business owners, who all share similar frustrations about navigating th…
 
How should our criminal justice system deal with crimes committed by substance abusers? Our guest, UNM Sociology Professor Noah Painter Davis, is presently studying drug diversion and parole/probation programs in NM. The promise of these programs is that we can both help the offender and stop the revolving door by treating the underlying substance …
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 11/4 8am: It’s local election time with big decisions for voters like mayoral races, city council contests, and bonds, including that controversial stadium bond in Albuquerque. This week on Let’s Talk New Mexico we’ll look at how it all went down with journalists covering local issues around the state. We’ll discuss who won an…
 
The idea of consumption areas have been a potential under New Mexico's medical cannabis program for a while, but the state has yet to see a single designated consumption site set up. Part of that has to do with the COVID-19 pandemic, but could it also have something to do with confusion over exactly what constitutes a consumption area, and what the…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 10/28 8am: Fall is upon us, evidenced by the trees preparing for their seasonal sleep and the sun disappearing from the sky earlier each day. It’s said that the veil between the worlds is thin this time of year as the spirits and the living come into closer contact. Halloween and Dia de los Muertos are two ways we honor death …
 
Imagine a world where we actually listen to black women. When we do, we can see how the technological ecosystems built by black feminists over centuries of creatively surviving overwhelming oppression can give rise to new digital spaces that counter the toxic patriarchal hegemony. A new book from Dr. Catherine Knight Steele lays out the arguments i…
 
Imagine a world where we actually listen to black women. When we do, we can see how the technological ecosystems built by black feminists over centuries of creatively surviving overwhelming oppression can give rise to new digital spaces that counter the toxic patriarchal hegemony. A new book from Dr. Catherine Knight Steele lays out the arguments i…
 
What should the approach be to increasing homelessness in Albuquerque? UNM’s Paul Guerin is the Director of the Center for Applied Research and Analysis and one of the author’s of a definitive study, demonstrating that for vulnerable Albuquerquians, “housing first” saves money. Host Stephen Spitz will question how admittedly higher housing costs ca…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 10/21 8am: It’s still unclear exactly how many cases there are in New Mexico of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & Relatives. People from Arizona and Utah are also wondering about what happened to their family members since tribal jurisdictions hit heads with federal, state, tribal and city investigators. Even though publ…
 
This time on Growing Forward, we look at how the start of a recreational cannabis market in New Mexico is affecting local home and garden stores. Co-hosts Andy Lyman and Megan Kamerick visit AHL Garden Center in Albuquerque. They learn all about the equipment involved in the different kind of grows, from indoor to outdoor, and all the way to hydrop…
 
Imagine a world where we actually listen to black women. When we do, we can see how the technological ecosystems built by black feminists over centuries of creatively surviving overwhelming oppression can give rise to new digital spaces that counter the toxic patriarchal hegemony. A new book from Dr. Catherine Knight Steele lays out the arguments i…
 
Imagine a world where we actually listen to black women. When we do, we can see how the technological ecosystems built by black feminists over centuries of creatively surviving overwhelming oppression can give rise to new digital spaces that counter the toxic patriarchal hegemony. A new book from Dr. Catherine Knight Steele lays out the arguments i…
 
Did you know that in some circles, we're closing in on the season known as 'Croptober'? Seems like the perfect time to really dive into the ins and outs of growing cannabis. This week, we kick things off with advice and insights from a man who knows a thing or two about growing crops. Dave Dewitt is a food historian, novelist and the self-proclaime…
 
On this program we're talking with composer, musician, and sound artist Holly Herndon, whose most recent full-length album Proto was released in 2019. We’re also talking with Mat Dryhurst, a musician, researcher and artist, who also teaches at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Music, Strelka Institute and the European Graduate School and hosts discuss…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 9/30 8am: The once-in-a-decade redistricting process is underway in New Mexico. Lines are being redrawn for the U.S. House, state legislature and Public Education Commission. For the first time, an independent commission, the Citizen Redistricting Committee, is advising the Democrat-led legislature. The body released its conce…
 
On this program we're talking with composer, musician, and sound artist Holly Herndon, whose most recent full-length album Proto was released in 2019. We’re also talking with Mat Dryhurst, a musician, researcher and artist, who also teaches at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Music, Strelka Institute and the European Graduate School and hosts discuss…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 9/16 8am: Property crime has dropped in New Mexico during the pandemic but violence has taken hold, dominating the news headlines recently: Albuquerque setting a new record for homicides, Santa Fe road rage killings, attacks on police officers, and perhaps most tragic – a child killed at school over bullying. While violent cri…
 
Part of the Cannabis Control Act, passed by the New Mexico Legislature during a 2021 Special Session, included the creation of a Regulatory Advisory Committee. The group is a cross section of people with expertise or interest in this new industry, but none of the members can have direct financial interests in that industry. The 17-person panel has …
 
On this program we're talking with composer, musician, and sound artist Holly Herndon, whose most recent full-length album Proto was released in 2019. We’re also talking with Mat Dryhurst, a musician, researcher and artist, who also teaches at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Music, Strelka Institute and the European Graduate School and hosts discuss…
 
On this program we're talking with composer, musician, and sound artist Holly Herndon, whose most recent full-length album Proto was released in 2019. We’re also talking with Mat Dryhurst, a musician, researcher and artist, who also teaches at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Music, Strelka Institute and the European Graduate School and hosts discuss…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 9/9 8 am:It's chile season, and many of us are celebrating the return of New Mexico’s favorite crop. Green chile lies at the heart of so much of our state’s culture and identity that it’s hard to imagine what life would be like without it. And yet, chile is by no means assured of a prosperous future. COVID and changing immigra…
 
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