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Public News Service - NM: Civic Engagement

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Hundreds of community organizers will converge in Albuquerque this weekend to help plan a gigantic get-together: The U.S. Social Forum, to be held in Detroit in June. It is expected to attract about 25,000 people from grassroots groups across the country, coming together to join

DENVER - A federal judge's decision this week has thawed a frosty situation for New Mexico nonprofit groups. The case involved direct-mail pieces that were sent out before last year's primary election and had been critical of certain candidates. The state had claimed the educational campaigns - by

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The phrase "structural racism" isn't a new one, but it has been getting a lot more attention since the election of the first African-American President. Now one of New Mexico's state senators says he wants to see his state lead the way in a new push for racial equality and fairne

Albuquerque - It's often said that change starts on a local, community level, and that's being pointed out by community organizers from New Mexico as they travel to Las Vegas, Nev. this weekend. They plan to share the stories of locals who have successfully made the jump to elected office. Among t

Albuquerque, N.M. - A handful of New Mexico teens will spend the summer at a new job - that could last a lifetime. Albuquerque's Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP) is one of six groups nationwide taking part in a program that prepares local youth to take leadership reins in their communities. Luci

Albuquerque - Time is almost up for New Mexicans to dive into digital television without getting soaked. Most stations will be switching off their old analog television signals next week, so those without a digital TV, or a special converter box, could be left with static. The boxes were meant to be

Albuquerque, NM – Border Agent whistleblowers are back in their regular jobs this week, after being stripped of their badges for testifying about the alleged practice of "shotgunning traffic," described by them as stopping vehicles without reasonable suspicion. The ACLU had filed suit to get t

Santa Fe - New Mexico's new class of Washington lawmakers have big shoes to fill, and now the oil gas industry is growing worried these "green" freshmen will be a bit too green. Following the retirement of Senator Domenici and an election shake-up, four out of the five members of New Mexico's Cong

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