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Let's Talk New Mexico 10/1, 8a: Newsrooms in New Mexico rarely reflect the diversity of the communities around them, and journalists of color across the country are calling out racism in their industry. On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll hear from local veteran reporters and media educators who are challenging the status quo. And we want you to join in on the discussion.

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People out in the streets protesting police brutality and systemic racism face the health risks of being in large crowds during the coronavirus pandemic. Health officials recommend wearing a mask, keeping your distance and getting tested regularly if you're attending mass gatherings. 

1/19 7p:  This week, we take you to "Supporting a Safe Campus Environment: Preventing Gun Violence and Racism, " a community forum hosted by The UNM College of Population Health in partnership with entities across campus and the community. The forum was hosted by UNM College for Population Health in November 2019.

12.8.19 - Dr. Tommy J. Curry

Dec 9, 2019

12/8 7p:  Where in academia are the experiences of black men and boys told and justified? This week, we hear from Professor Tommy J. Curry, author of the book The Man-Not: Race, Class, Genre, and the Dilemmas of Black Manhood, and Personal Chair of Africana Philosophy & Black Male Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Dr. Curry helps us to unpack the narratives about black men and boys that have been distorted in history, media, and academia