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Shaun Griswold

  • The Department of the Interior released a highly anticipated report Wednesday documenting the history of the harmful and deadly Native American boarding school system in the United States. The investigation documented "systematic and militarized practices" spanning 150 years at over 408 schools around the country. Source New Mexico reporter Shaun Griswold, who’s covered this story locally for a long time now, spoke with KUNM about the report.
  • The Calf Canyon-Hermits Peak Fire in northeastern New Mexico remains the largest wildfire burning in the country. While forest officials say weaker winds Monday allowed firefighters to make progress on its containment, winds returned Tuesday afternoon and are forecast for Wednesday, as well. Source New Mexico’s Shaun Griswold was on the ground in Mora last week and has continued to follow the fire and the northern New Mexico residents impacted by it.
  • This is episode 13 of this year’s #YNMG, and it’s a wrap-up show. We hosted a reporters’ roundtable earlier this week on Facebook Live and put the video up on the KUNM and New Mexico In Focus Facebook pages, but we realize not everyone engages with Facebook so we’re giving you the audio here as a podcast episode.We recorded ten days after the session ended. The break gave us a chance to reflect on what lawmakers accomplished this year and to think about topics that we’re likely to see again through the year in special sessions, interim committee meetings, and even in the 2023 legislative session.
  • We’re at the halfway point of the session, this time talking with reporter Shaun Griswold from Source New Mexico on #YNMG. Source NM has had journalists at the Roundhouse throughout the session watching crime, energy, pandemic relief, and more. Griswold has covered different areas too, but focused on education. We’ll get caught up on the ed bills in front of the legislature and some of the other stories coming from Source NM. Have a listen.
  • This is the introduction to the latest from the "Your New Mexico Government" podcast. Over the next four weeks we’ll check in with journalists, lawmakers, and other stakeholders about what’s going on in our state capital during the 2022 legislative session and we invite you to join us.
  • The city of Albuquerque this week is inviting the public to share any information or stories they have about the Albuquerque Indian School burial site at 4-H park. The series of community conversations is part of a broader effort to uncover the site’s history, understand its impact, and determine its future. Shaun Griswold (Laguna Pueblo), a reporter with Source New Mexico, has been following this continuing story and spoke with KUNM about this next phase of the city’s work, what’s been done so far, and how it all got started.
  • 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.…
  • Protesters in Albuquerque were out multiple nights in a row after the verdict in the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor was announced September 23. A…
  • The census is one of the more important events in our democracy. Every 10 years each person is counted so that resources can be allocated, programs…
  • After COVID-19 hit, federal officials initially gave extra time to Census collectors to count every person living in the United States. But then they…