All interviews are realized by Jalila Arthur and aired on KUNM.
Sofia Martinez – Los Jardines Institute
Our conversation with Sofia Martinez concerns her work as an environmental and social justice organizer and media advocate. She is co-founder of and co-producer of Voces Feministas, a two-hour radio program here on KUNM. She is also co-founder and co-coordinator for Los Jardines Institute in Albuquerque’s South Valley, and president of the Concerned Citizens of Wagon Mound and Mora County.
Decolonizing Nature Film Screening
On April 18th, the University of New Mexico Art Museum will host an all-day screening of select feature and short films that address decolonization of nature and Indigenous nations through environmental justice activism.
The film screening is curated by Axel Christopher Gonzalez and Elspeth Iralu, interviewed here.
The screening will also include conversations with the filmmakers.
Alyosha Goldstein – American Studies UNM
Alyosha Goldstein is Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico; he is author of Poverty in Common: The Politics of Community Action during the American Century and is currently writing Colonial Accumulations: Racial Capitalism and the Colonial Present.
Our conversation with Alyosha Goldstein concerns his upcoming panel discussion at the Decolonizing Nature Conference taking place at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque from the evening of April 19, to Earth Day, April 22.
Integrating The Traditional Into Government Environmental Work
Interview with Perry H. Charley of the Diné Environmental Institute on integrating traditional environmental knowledge (TEK) into government environmental assessments.
Resistance In Action – Valle De Oro National Wildlife Refuge
Interview with Jennifer Owen-White about her work at Valle De Oro National Wildlife Refuge.