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Living On The Edge January 30, 2021

Living on the Edge

Release Date: 01/30/2021

Living on the Edge - for July 24, 2021 with Gavin Laur : What is truth and why does it matter? show art Living on the Edge - for July 24, 2021 with Gavin Laur : What is truth and why does it matter?

Living on the Edge

Guest Gavin Laur as a new feature of philosophical discussions with our introductory installation: What is truth and why does it matter?

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Living on the Edge - July 17, 2021 Richar Schraeder, Raylynn Herrera show art Living on the Edge - July 17, 2021 Richar Schraeder, Raylynn Herrera

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Xubi interviews Riversource Director Richar Schraeder along with watershed interns Raylynn Herrera and Jose Ramirez about a wonderful opportunity for young people to help the environment while developing life skills.

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Living on the Edge July 10, 2021 - voting rights and march show art Living on the Edge July 10, 2021 - voting rights and march

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Living On The Edge May 15, 2021 Proposed WIPP Expansion show art Living On The Edge May 15, 2021 Proposed WIPP Expansion

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Joni Arends from Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety and Don Hancock from Southwest Research and Information Center join Xubi to discuss proposed new construction at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in Carlsbad New Mexico and a virtual public hearing on the subject which starts Monday May 17th at noon . More information about the issue as well as links to submit testimony or attend the virtual hearing can be found at:

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Living On The Edge May 1, 2021 David Correia and Tyler Wall show art Living On The Edge May 1, 2021 David Correia and Tyler Wall

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Xubi talks to David Correia and Tyler Wall, authors of "Police: A Field Guide" getting their perspectives on the recent Chauvin verdict and the state of rethinking the role of policing in our communities.

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Living On The Edge April 10, 2021 STEM Santa Fe show art Living On The Edge April 10, 2021 STEM Santa Fe

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Xubi & Janet discuss STEM Santa Fe with Lina Germann and several of the young womyn who have had experiences with her many STEM workshops and conferences (in this case designed for young girls alone, with accomplished womyn involved in STEM fields.

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Living On The Edge April 3, 2021 Between April Fools and Easter show art Living On The Edge April 3, 2021 Between April Fools and Easter

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Joel and Xubi discuss Cannabis legalization, the origins of Easter and April Fools days, proposals for infrastructure investment and the looming deficit.

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Living On The Edge March 27, 2021 Melanie Stansbury show art Living On The Edge March 27, 2021 Melanie Stansbury

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Living On The Edge March 20, 2021 Shalanda Baker show art Living On The Edge March 20, 2021 Shalanda Baker

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Xubi Wilson and Cris Moore talk to Shalanda Baker, the Biden Administration’s Deputy Director for Energy Justice.

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Living On The Edge March 13, 2021 Jay Coghlan & Anna Hansen show art Living On The Edge March 13, 2021 Jay Coghlan & Anna Hansen

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Newly minted LOE co-host Jay Coghlan from NukeWatch New Mexico, and Santa Fe County Commissioner Anna Hansen join Xubi to discuss the environmental issues posed by the Los Alamos National Laboratory's decades of environmental disregard for the sacred land of the San Ildefonso Pueblo and the watersheds down hill in the Rio Grande valley. Commissioner Hansen also serves as the chair of The Buckman Direct Diversion Board which safeguards the water source for much of Santa Fe County and the City of Santa Fe Water Utility. Recently the State Environment Department has sued the...

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Janet Kerly and Xubi Wilson welcome Kris Swedin and Paloma Trujillo-Anaya to talk about a free online training program sponsored by Santa Fe County teaching online workforce skills for the new economy.

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