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Bilingual arts and public affairs program. A production of the KUNM Raices Collective.

Latest Episodes

Nueva Canción Nuevomexicana: Lara Manzanares & Felix Peralta

Lunes 10 de agosto, 19hs.: Con el nuevo siglo y con nuevos y viejos desafíos, una nueva generación de músicos y compositores del espectro panamericano refunda y recrea la Nueva Canción latinoamericana del siglo anterior. La revisita incluye una profunda recreación de la música de los años ´60, ´70 u ´80s con nuevos arreglos musicales así como nuevas composiciones que reflejan los reclamos y las complejidades identitarias que salen a la luz en el arte y en los movimientos sociales contemporáneos.

18 minAUG 10
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Nueva Canción Nuevomexicana: Lara Manzanares & Felix Peralta

“Commemorating and protesting Oñate on the border”

Mon. 8/3, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, in a conversation with Dr. Yolanda Chávez Leyva hosted by Cristina Baccin , we talk about the controversial figure of Juan de Oñate y Salazar and the veneration of Spanish conquerors by some in the Southwest: what´s their role in the history of inclusion/exclusion in the Southwest and in the USA as a nation. Dr. Chávez Leyva wrote about “Monuments of Conformity. Commemorating And Protesting Oñate on The Border” (New Mexico Historical Review, 2007). She is a

22 minAUG 3
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“Commemorating and protesting Oñate on the border”

"Querencia": A Place In The Heart

Dr. Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez , Inaugural Poet Laureate of New Mexico Levi Romero , and Dr. Spencer R. Herrera talk with host Cristina Baccin about what´s a querenci a : is it a place in your heart? a childhood home? Language, sounds, smells or tastes? They´ll share their thoughts and stories around querencia and their inspiration as editors of the recently released book Querencia: Reflections on the New Mexico homeland published by the University of New Mexico Press . Lunes 13 de julio, 19 hs.: En

28 minJUL 13
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"Querencia": A Place In The Heart

Las Vegas, New Mexico: 4th of July Fiestas

Mon. 7/6, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, New Mexican author Dr. Lillian Gorman shares insights from her research on the 4 th of July Fiestas in Las Vegas, New Mexico. In a re-evaluation of the Fiestas cultural richness and its deeply rooted anchor as querencia for many northern Nuevomexicanos. We will chat about these Fiestas as a “love of place” and as a "contestatory space" at the same time, hosted by Cristina Baccin . Dr. Gorman is currently Director of the Spanish as a Heritage Language Program

25 minJUL 3
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Las Vegas, New Mexico: 4th of July Fiestas

Securing Human Rights

Mon. 6/8, 7p: Today, on Espejos de Aztlán we have a conversation with Prof. Nancy López hosted by Cristina Baccin regarding the brutality and cruelty of police officers in the murder of Mr. George Floyd. We will discuss how this tragic incident is related with our nation’s history of slavery, intentional segregation and institutionalized racism. Dr. Nancy López, Professor of Sociology is the Director of the Institute for Study of “Race” and Social Justice and an Africana Studies Faculty

22 minJUN 9
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Securing Human Rights

Mari-Luci Jaramillo: First Latina Ambassador Of The US

Mon. 4/13, 8p: On Espejos de Aztlán, we honor Dr. Mari-Luci Jaramillo ´s life and contributions to New Mexico, our nation and the world. A native of Las Vegas, New Mexico, who advocated for civil rights become the first Latina to hold a United States ambassadorship. Throughout her career as a teacher, scholar, community leader, and writer, she focused on education, bilingualism and Latina´s rights. Her tireless efforts left a legacy of essays, awards, photographs, and books that are now housed

31 minAPR 11
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Mari-Luci Jaramillo: First Latina Ambassador Of The US

Cuéntame… Count Me In!

Mon. 3/2, 7p: Today, on Espejos de Aztlán we´ll talk about why do we want to be counted and why New Mexico Counts in the 2020 Census in a conversation hosted by Cristina Baccin. Today´s participants: Robert Rathigan - New Mexico state demographer, head of the Population Research Unit at UNM’s Geospatial and Population Studies , and NM's liaison to the U.S. Census Bureau Oriana Sandoval - CEO of the Center for Civic Policy and member of NM's Complete Count Commission Amber Wallin - Deputy

23 minMAR 3
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Cuéntame… Count Me In!

Gangs Of The El Paso-Juárez Borderland

On Espejos de Aztlán, author Dr. Mike Tapia guides us in the examination of gang history and its subcultures in this unique Southwest borderland region, and how promote changes that help youth-at-risk, hosted by Cristina Baccin . Dr. Tapia, Associate Professor of Criminology at New Mexico State University book Gangs of The El Paso – Juárez Borderland: a history was just released by the University of New Mexico Press. In this conversation, Dr. Tapia tells us the history of the barrio gangs since

27 minJAN 1
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Gangs Of The El Paso-Juárez Borderland

"Aline And The Blue Bottle"

Mon. 12/2, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, we converse with Carolina Ugaz-Morán , author of Aline and the Blue Bottle (Aline y la botella azul) , a book in which a magical world opens before the eyes of its reader. The book takes a reader on a trip of ancient Incan mythology through the richness of the quechua language and legends. Join hostess Cristina Baccin in this conversation with Ms. Ugaz-Morán exploring what triggered her to immerse herself in this secret and mysterious atmosphere in which the

22 min2019 NOV 30
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"Aline And The Blue Bottle"

Eternos Indocumentados (Eternal Undocumented)

Mon. 11/18 7p: In this show we feature an exclusive interview with filmmaker Jennifer A. Cárcamo. Jennifer sat down with Espejos De Aztlán hosts, Froilan Orozco & Rafael Alejandro to talk about her documentary Eternos Indcocumentados, which captures the stories of recently arrived Central American refugees and explores the root causes of forced migration.

26 min2019 NOV 26
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Eternos Indocumentados (Eternal Undocumented)

Latest Episodes

Nueva Canción Nuevomexicana: Lara Manzanares & Felix Peralta

Lunes 10 de agosto, 19hs.: Con el nuevo siglo y con nuevos y viejos desafíos, una nueva generación de músicos y compositores del espectro panamericano refunda y recrea la Nueva Canción latinoamericana del siglo anterior. La revisita incluye una profunda recreación de la música de los años ´60, ´70 u ´80s con nuevos arreglos musicales así como nuevas composiciones que reflejan los reclamos y las complejidades identitarias que salen a la luz en el arte y en los movimientos sociales contemporáneos.

18 minAUG 10
Comments
Nueva Canción Nuevomexicana: Lara Manzanares & Felix Peralta

“Commemorating and protesting Oñate on the border”

Mon. 8/3, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, in a conversation with Dr. Yolanda Chávez Leyva hosted by Cristina Baccin , we talk about the controversial figure of Juan de Oñate y Salazar and the veneration of Spanish conquerors by some in the Southwest: what´s their role in the history of inclusion/exclusion in the Southwest and in the USA as a nation. Dr. Chávez Leyva wrote about “Monuments of Conformity. Commemorating And Protesting Oñate on The Border” (New Mexico Historical Review, 2007). She is a

22 minAUG 3
Comments
“Commemorating and protesting Oñate on the border”

"Querencia": A Place In The Heart

Dr. Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez , Inaugural Poet Laureate of New Mexico Levi Romero , and Dr. Spencer R. Herrera talk with host Cristina Baccin about what´s a querenci a : is it a place in your heart? a childhood home? Language, sounds, smells or tastes? They´ll share their thoughts and stories around querencia and their inspiration as editors of the recently released book Querencia: Reflections on the New Mexico homeland published by the University of New Mexico Press . Lunes 13 de julio, 19 hs.: En

28 minJUL 13
Comments
"Querencia": A Place In The Heart

Las Vegas, New Mexico: 4th of July Fiestas

Mon. 7/6, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, New Mexican author Dr. Lillian Gorman shares insights from her research on the 4 th of July Fiestas in Las Vegas, New Mexico. In a re-evaluation of the Fiestas cultural richness and its deeply rooted anchor as querencia for many northern Nuevomexicanos. We will chat about these Fiestas as a “love of place” and as a "contestatory space" at the same time, hosted by Cristina Baccin . Dr. Gorman is currently Director of the Spanish as a Heritage Language Program

25 minJUL 3
Comments
Las Vegas, New Mexico: 4th of July Fiestas

Securing Human Rights

Mon. 6/8, 7p: Today, on Espejos de Aztlán we have a conversation with Prof. Nancy López hosted by Cristina Baccin regarding the brutality and cruelty of police officers in the murder of Mr. George Floyd. We will discuss how this tragic incident is related with our nation’s history of slavery, intentional segregation and institutionalized racism. Dr. Nancy López, Professor of Sociology is the Director of the Institute for Study of “Race” and Social Justice and an Africana Studies Faculty

22 minJUN 9
Comments
Securing Human Rights

Mari-Luci Jaramillo: First Latina Ambassador Of The US

Mon. 4/13, 8p: On Espejos de Aztlán, we honor Dr. Mari-Luci Jaramillo ´s life and contributions to New Mexico, our nation and the world. A native of Las Vegas, New Mexico, who advocated for civil rights become the first Latina to hold a United States ambassadorship. Throughout her career as a teacher, scholar, community leader, and writer, she focused on education, bilingualism and Latina´s rights. Her tireless efforts left a legacy of essays, awards, photographs, and books that are now housed

31 minAPR 11
Comments
Mari-Luci Jaramillo: First Latina Ambassador Of The US

Cuéntame… Count Me In!

Mon. 3/2, 7p: Today, on Espejos de Aztlán we´ll talk about why do we want to be counted and why New Mexico Counts in the 2020 Census in a conversation hosted by Cristina Baccin. Today´s participants: Robert Rathigan - New Mexico state demographer, head of the Population Research Unit at UNM’s Geospatial and Population Studies , and NM's liaison to the U.S. Census Bureau Oriana Sandoval - CEO of the Center for Civic Policy and member of NM's Complete Count Commission Amber Wallin - Deputy

23 minMAR 3
Comments
Cuéntame… Count Me In!

Gangs Of The El Paso-Juárez Borderland

On Espejos de Aztlán, author Dr. Mike Tapia guides us in the examination of gang history and its subcultures in this unique Southwest borderland region, and how promote changes that help youth-at-risk, hosted by Cristina Baccin . Dr. Tapia, Associate Professor of Criminology at New Mexico State University book Gangs of The El Paso – Juárez Borderland: a history was just released by the University of New Mexico Press. In this conversation, Dr. Tapia tells us the history of the barrio gangs since

27 minJAN 1
Comments
Gangs Of The El Paso-Juárez Borderland

"Aline And The Blue Bottle"

Mon. 12/2, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, we converse with Carolina Ugaz-Morán , author of Aline and the Blue Bottle (Aline y la botella azul) , a book in which a magical world opens before the eyes of its reader. The book takes a reader on a trip of ancient Incan mythology through the richness of the quechua language and legends. Join hostess Cristina Baccin in this conversation with Ms. Ugaz-Morán exploring what triggered her to immerse herself in this secret and mysterious atmosphere in which the

22 min2019 NOV 30
Comments
"Aline And The Blue Bottle"

Eternos Indocumentados (Eternal Undocumented)

Mon. 11/18 7p: In this show we feature an exclusive interview with filmmaker Jennifer A. Cárcamo. Jennifer sat down with Espejos De Aztlán hosts, Froilan Orozco & Rafael Alejandro to talk about her documentary Eternos Indcocumentados, which captures the stories of recently arrived Central American refugees and explores the root causes of forced migration.

26 min2019 NOV 26
Comments
Eternos Indocumentados (Eternal Undocumented)
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