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Our summer interns will be covering topics related to Indian Affairs in New Mexico.

Latest Episodes

16. Sacred Wind Communications External Affairs Manager Catherine Nicolaou

Sacred Wind Communication is a telecommunications company that services the Northwestern part of New Mexico. They work to provide broadband access to rural tribal communities, mainly the Navajo Nation.

16 MINSEP 18
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16. Sacred Wind Communications External Affairs Manager Catherine Nicolaou

15. Diné Introspective President Kyle Jim

Kyle Jim of Diné Introspective discusses the organization, its mission and programming. The programming includes a Family Voices Circle and Enchant the Environment, which integrates food sovereignty and the outdoors.

23 MINSEP 17
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15. Diné Introspective President Kyle Jim

14. APCG Youth Committee

Marissa Naranjo, Policy Coordinator for the All Pueblo Council of Governors joins us to talk about the APCG Youth Committee. IAD intern Shayna Naranjo, also a member of the APCG Youth Committee, shares her experience as well.

26 MINSEP 16
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14. APCG Youth Committee

13. Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program/Special Projects

IAD manages two programs - Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program as well as Special Projects. IAD staff Drew Roybal-Chavez and Kelly Barela-Rivera discuss the guidelines, deadlines, and grantees for these programs.

6 MINSEP 13
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13. Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program/Special Projects

12. Bounce Back, a Tewa Women United Event

Bounce Back, an event sponsored by Tewa Women United, was held on September 7th at the Valdez Park in Espanola, NM. The event focused on food and seed sovereignty and featured a panel discussing the topic.

24 MINSEP 10
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12. Bounce Back, a Tewa Women United Event

11. IAD Senior Policy Analyst Stephanie Salazar

Stephanie discusses IAD's initiatives to address the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls crisis, such as the NM MMIW Task Force. She also highlights key legislation in New Mexico and other states to be aware of.

19 MINAUG 29
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11. IAD Senior Policy Analyst Stephanie Salazar

MMIW Resources

As we being our conversation about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, we felt that it's important to share resources related to this subject.

4 MINAUG 28
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MMIW Resources

10. Three Sisters Collective Co-Founder Dr. Christina Castro

Dr. Castro talks about the Three Sisters Collective and the In Solidarity event for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls on August 16th, 2019 the Collective organized.

22 MINAUG 28
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10. Three Sisters Collective Co-Founder Dr. Christina Castro

9. Tesuque's Wastewater Expansion Project (TIF Funded)

Tesuque's Division Director and Administrator for the Pueblo's Wastewater Expansion Project, Debra Griego, discusses the impact and implementation of the TIF project.

12 MINAUG 20
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9. Tesuque's Wastewater Expansion Project (TIF Funded)

8. San Ildefonso Wastewater Project (TIF Funded)

IAD funds tribal projects through its Tribal Infastructure Fund (TIF). Today, , we talked with Terry Aguilar of San Ildefonso about the pueblo's Wastewater System Project.

13 MINAUG 19
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8. San Ildefonso Wastewater Project (TIF Funded)

Latest Episodes

16. Sacred Wind Communications External Affairs Manager Catherine Nicolaou

Sacred Wind Communication is a telecommunications company that services the Northwestern part of New Mexico. They work to provide broadband access to rural tribal communities, mainly the Navajo Nation.

16 MINSEP 18
Comments
16. Sacred Wind Communications External Affairs Manager Catherine Nicolaou

15. Diné Introspective President Kyle Jim

Kyle Jim of Diné Introspective discusses the organization, its mission and programming. The programming includes a Family Voices Circle and Enchant the Environment, which integrates food sovereignty and the outdoors.

23 MINSEP 17
Comments
15. Diné Introspective President Kyle Jim

14. APCG Youth Committee

Marissa Naranjo, Policy Coordinator for the All Pueblo Council of Governors joins us to talk about the APCG Youth Committee. IAD intern Shayna Naranjo, also a member of the APCG Youth Committee, shares her experience as well.

26 MINSEP 16
Comments
14. APCG Youth Committee

13. Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program/Special Projects

IAD manages two programs - Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program as well as Special Projects. IAD staff Drew Roybal-Chavez and Kelly Barela-Rivera discuss the guidelines, deadlines, and grantees for these programs.

6 MINSEP 13
Comments
13. Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Program/Special Projects

12. Bounce Back, a Tewa Women United Event

Bounce Back, an event sponsored by Tewa Women United, was held on September 7th at the Valdez Park in Espanola, NM. The event focused on food and seed sovereignty and featured a panel discussing the topic.

24 MINSEP 10
Comments
12. Bounce Back, a Tewa Women United Event

11. IAD Senior Policy Analyst Stephanie Salazar

Stephanie discusses IAD's initiatives to address the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls crisis, such as the NM MMIW Task Force. She also highlights key legislation in New Mexico and other states to be aware of.

19 MINAUG 29
Comments
11. IAD Senior Policy Analyst Stephanie Salazar

MMIW Resources

As we being our conversation about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, we felt that it's important to share resources related to this subject.

4 MINAUG 28
Comments
MMIW Resources

10. Three Sisters Collective Co-Founder Dr. Christina Castro

Dr. Castro talks about the Three Sisters Collective and the In Solidarity event for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls on August 16th, 2019 the Collective organized.

22 MINAUG 28
Comments
10. Three Sisters Collective Co-Founder Dr. Christina Castro

9. Tesuque's Wastewater Expansion Project (TIF Funded)

Tesuque's Division Director and Administrator for the Pueblo's Wastewater Expansion Project, Debra Griego, discusses the impact and implementation of the TIF project.

12 MINAUG 20
Comments
9. Tesuque's Wastewater Expansion Project (TIF Funded)

8. San Ildefonso Wastewater Project (TIF Funded)

IAD funds tribal projects through its Tribal Infastructure Fund (TIF). Today, , we talked with Terry Aguilar of San Ildefonso about the pueblo's Wastewater System Project.

13 MINAUG 19
Comments
8. San Ildefonso Wastewater Project (TIF Funded)