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

Latest Episodes

Legal Talk with Dr. Thomas Saenz of MALDEF

Mon. 10/14 7p: Espejos de Aztlán features an exclusive interview with Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) President, Dr. Thomas A. Saenz. Dr. Saenz sat down with Espejos De Aztlán hosts, Froilan Orozco, Moi Santos, & Rafael Alejandro to talk about important ongoing cases in immigration, education, and labor rights.

31 MIN2 d ago
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Legal Talk with Dr. Thomas Saenz of MALDEF

“Green Corn & Sacred Fire - Indigenous Ceremonies Of Resistance”

Mon. 10/7, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, we´ll speak about the EcoLiteracy Project at the University of New Mexico with Dr. Michelle Hall Kells and with Dr. Rachel C. Jackson about her research, “Resisting Relocation: Placing leadership on decolonized Indigenous landscapes” , hosted by Cristina Baccin . We invite you to listen to this thought-provoking conversation that intertwines contemporary concerns about the environment with Native American cultural literacies and how to work through historical

28 MIN1 w ago
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“Green Corn & Sacred Fire - Indigenous Ceremonies Of Resistance”

Indigenous Voices Now: Research, Art, And Activism In The Southwest

Mon. 9/30, 7p: In Espejos de Aztlán, we speak about the Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya Symposia on the Indigenous Southwest with Dr. Melina Vizcaíno-Alemán , Associate Professor (Department of English, UNM) and Jason Asenap (Comanche and Muscogee Creek) writer and film director, hosted by Cristina Baccin . Mr. Asenap converses with us about his upcoming presentation regarding new genres and Indigenous voices. Thursday, October 31 at 4pm: “New Approaches, New Genres: Indigenous Visions Now,” will

21 MIN3 w ago
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Indigenous Voices Now: Research, Art, And Activism In The Southwest

Las Brujas Jaraneras Talk About "Son Jarocho" Music

Mon. 8/19 7p: This episode will introduce us to the music & educational collective called Las Brujas Jaraneras. This group practices and performs "Son Jarocho" music that is traditional to Veracruz, Mexico. The music collective talks about their educational philosophy and community outreach efforts. Members of Las Brujas Jaraneras in the show: Natalia Toscano Geese Fly Moi Santos Isaiah Romo Host: Froilan Orozco Producer: Rafael Martinez

27 MINAUG 26
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Las Brujas Jaraneras Talk About "Son Jarocho" Music

A Family's Journey In Sanctuary

Mon. 07/15/19 7p: This episode will take you through an audio journey into sanctuary. The story of Kadhim Albumohammed's asnctuary is told through his 19-year-old daughter, Courtney Albumohammed. Our show connects Kadhim's sanctuary case with that of Emma Membreno-Sorto, both sanctuary cases in Albuquerque. We will also hear from sanctuary leaders and coordinators such as, Justin Remer-Thamert, Daniel Vega, Tina Kachele, and Marion Bock of the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice.

41 MINJUL 18
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A Family's Journey In Sanctuary

Albuquerque's Youth In Motion

Mon. 6/18 7p: This episode features the stories of 10 year old BMX phenom, Taio Taylor, and 17 year old singer/songwriter, Santiago Roybal. Taio Taylor just made it to a world competition in Belgium where she will be representing the U.S. and New Mexico. Her family, Chacho Taylor, Robel Taylor, and Tatiana Taylor join us to talk about their experience in BMX bike riding and other projects.

35 MINJUN 20
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Albuquerque's Youth In Motion

Reading & Recollections With Demetria Martinez

Mon. 5/27 7p: This episode of Espejos de Aztlan features a lecture and reading by Demetria Martinez, who reads from her novel, Mother Tongue, and talks about the 1988 conspiracy in connection with allegedly transporting two Salvadoran refugees into the United States. This show also includes a brief history and and recount of today's Sanctuary Movement with Sanctuary Coordinator, Marian Bock. Recordings were conducted by the Humans of New Mexico collective. Froilan Orozco and Rafael Martinez are

29 MINJUN 1
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Reading & Recollections With Demetria Martinez

Live Interview: The Riddims

This episode includes an interview with Albuquerque's very own, The Riddims, who will be talking to us about their "High Desert Reggae" musical fusion. The Riddims also preview songs from their upcoming album "Grounded." Froilan Orozco and Rafael Martinez are members of the Humans of New Mexico collective who produce stories of everyday people in Nuevo Mexico and contributors to the Espejos de Aztlan show.

29 MINAPR 17
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Live Interview: The Riddims

50 Años De Raza En UNM

Mon. 3/18 7p: This show features guests joining us from El Centro de la Raza , Rosa Isela Cervantes (Director), Noemi Gutierrez (Admin Support), Yesenia Ruiz (Student Program Specialist), and Sonia Ramirez and Elizabeth Ruiz (Student Success Leaders), who will talk to us about the legacy of the center in its 50 years of history and the ongoing leadership of women at UNM. Froilan Orozco and Rafael Martinez are members of the Humans of New Mexico collective who produce stories of everyday people

28 MINAPR 2
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50 Años De Raza En UNM

Migrant Songs / Canciones Migratorias

Lunes, 4 de marzo, 19hs: Cada vez que caminamos cerca del Río Grande se pueden escuchar los profundos sonidos de la naturaleza. Y en especial , los trinos de los pájaros. El Valle del Río Grande, sus sonidos y sus pájaros son la inspiración de la puesta musical y teatral MIGRANT SONGS (Canciones migratorias) : ¿nos parecemos los seres humanos a los pájaros? ¿Migramos como ellos? Hoy, en Espejos de Aztlán conducido por Cristina Baccin , conversamos con la profesora de la University of New Mexico

22 MINMAR 5
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Migrant Songs / Canciones Migratorias

Latest Episodes

Legal Talk with Dr. Thomas Saenz of MALDEF

Mon. 10/14 7p: Espejos de Aztlán features an exclusive interview with Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) President, Dr. Thomas A. Saenz. Dr. Saenz sat down with Espejos De Aztlán hosts, Froilan Orozco, Moi Santos, & Rafael Alejandro to talk about important ongoing cases in immigration, education, and labor rights.

31 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Legal Talk with Dr. Thomas Saenz of MALDEF

“Green Corn & Sacred Fire - Indigenous Ceremonies Of Resistance”

Mon. 10/7, 7p: On Espejos de Aztlán, we´ll speak about the EcoLiteracy Project at the University of New Mexico with Dr. Michelle Hall Kells and with Dr. Rachel C. Jackson about her research, “Resisting Relocation: Placing leadership on decolonized Indigenous landscapes” , hosted by Cristina Baccin . We invite you to listen to this thought-provoking conversation that intertwines contemporary concerns about the environment with Native American cultural literacies and how to work through historical

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
“Green Corn & Sacred Fire - Indigenous Ceremonies Of Resistance”

Indigenous Voices Now: Research, Art, And Activism In The Southwest

Mon. 9/30, 7p: In Espejos de Aztlán, we speak about the Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya Symposia on the Indigenous Southwest with Dr. Melina Vizcaíno-Alemán , Associate Professor (Department of English, UNM) and Jason Asenap (Comanche and Muscogee Creek) writer and film director, hosted by Cristina Baccin . Mr. Asenap converses with us about his upcoming presentation regarding new genres and Indigenous voices. Thursday, October 31 at 4pm: “New Approaches, New Genres: Indigenous Visions Now,” will

21 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Indigenous Voices Now: Research, Art, And Activism In The Southwest

Las Brujas Jaraneras Talk About "Son Jarocho" Music

Mon. 8/19 7p: This episode will introduce us to the music & educational collective called Las Brujas Jaraneras. This group practices and performs "Son Jarocho" music that is traditional to Veracruz, Mexico. The music collective talks about their educational philosophy and community outreach efforts. Members of Las Brujas Jaraneras in the show: Natalia Toscano Geese Fly Moi Santos Isaiah Romo Host: Froilan Orozco Producer: Rafael Martinez

27 MINAUG 26
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Las Brujas Jaraneras Talk About "Son Jarocho" Music

A Family's Journey In Sanctuary

Mon. 07/15/19 7p: This episode will take you through an audio journey into sanctuary. The story of Kadhim Albumohammed's asnctuary is told through his 19-year-old daughter, Courtney Albumohammed. Our show connects Kadhim's sanctuary case with that of Emma Membreno-Sorto, both sanctuary cases in Albuquerque. We will also hear from sanctuary leaders and coordinators such as, Justin Remer-Thamert, Daniel Vega, Tina Kachele, and Marion Bock of the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice.

41 MINJUL 18
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A Family's Journey In Sanctuary

Albuquerque's Youth In Motion

Mon. 6/18 7p: This episode features the stories of 10 year old BMX phenom, Taio Taylor, and 17 year old singer/songwriter, Santiago Roybal. Taio Taylor just made it to a world competition in Belgium where she will be representing the U.S. and New Mexico. Her family, Chacho Taylor, Robel Taylor, and Tatiana Taylor join us to talk about their experience in BMX bike riding and other projects.

35 MINJUN 20
Comments
Albuquerque's Youth In Motion

Reading & Recollections With Demetria Martinez

Mon. 5/27 7p: This episode of Espejos de Aztlan features a lecture and reading by Demetria Martinez, who reads from her novel, Mother Tongue, and talks about the 1988 conspiracy in connection with allegedly transporting two Salvadoran refugees into the United States. This show also includes a brief history and and recount of today's Sanctuary Movement with Sanctuary Coordinator, Marian Bock. Recordings were conducted by the Humans of New Mexico collective. Froilan Orozco and Rafael Martinez are

29 MINJUN 1
Comments
Reading & Recollections With Demetria Martinez

Live Interview: The Riddims

This episode includes an interview with Albuquerque's very own, The Riddims, who will be talking to us about their "High Desert Reggae" musical fusion. The Riddims also preview songs from their upcoming album "Grounded." Froilan Orozco and Rafael Martinez are members of the Humans of New Mexico collective who produce stories of everyday people in Nuevo Mexico and contributors to the Espejos de Aztlan show.

29 MINAPR 17
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Live Interview: The Riddims

50 Años De Raza En UNM

Mon. 3/18 7p: This show features guests joining us from El Centro de la Raza , Rosa Isela Cervantes (Director), Noemi Gutierrez (Admin Support), Yesenia Ruiz (Student Program Specialist), and Sonia Ramirez and Elizabeth Ruiz (Student Success Leaders), who will talk to us about the legacy of the center in its 50 years of history and the ongoing leadership of women at UNM. Froilan Orozco and Rafael Martinez are members of the Humans of New Mexico collective who produce stories of everyday people

28 MINAPR 2
Comments
50 Años De Raza En UNM

Migrant Songs / Canciones Migratorias

Lunes, 4 de marzo, 19hs: Cada vez que caminamos cerca del Río Grande se pueden escuchar los profundos sonidos de la naturaleza. Y en especial , los trinos de los pájaros. El Valle del Río Grande, sus sonidos y sus pájaros son la inspiración de la puesta musical y teatral MIGRANT SONGS (Canciones migratorias) : ¿nos parecemos los seres humanos a los pájaros? ¿Migramos como ellos? Hoy, en Espejos de Aztlán conducido por Cristina Baccin , conversamos con la profesora de la University of New Mexico

22 MINMAR 5
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Migrant Songs / Canciones Migratorias