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Groups Sue Over Fast-Track Deportations of Migrant Mothers

Groups Sue Over Fast-Track Deportations of Migrant Mothers

by Julianne Hing on August 22 2014, 4:24PM

Women and children fleeing for their lives are being fast-tracked back out of the country, despite their potential claims for asylum.

Topics: Child Migrants, Immigration, /NOW

Voter Suppression in the Land of Enchantment

Voter Suppression in the Land of Enchantment

by Aura Bogado on August 3 2012, 11:26AM

George Lujan, the latest community journalist to join Voting Rights Watch, reports from New Mexico, where the state’s busy frustrating registration efforts and prepping a massive voter purge.

Topics: Voting Rights, Politics

Few New Mexico Police Agencies Keeping Up With Anti-Bias Policing Law

Few New Mexico Police Agencies Keeping Up With Anti-Bias Policing Law

by Julianne Hing on July 20 2012, 10:50AM

The review conducted by two groups found that when it came to meeting basic requirements for the law, just two agencies out of the state’s 97 could say they were in compliance

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Forgive New Mexico Gov's Haircuts, Her Gay Stylist Gave up on Her [Video]

Forgive New Mexico Gov’s Haircuts, Her Gay Stylist Gave up on Her [Video]

by Jorge Rivas on February 22 2012, 3:18PM

The Latina New Mexico Governor lost get hair stylist because of her stance on same-sex marriage.

Topics: /NOW, Politics

New Mexico's Latina Gov. Fails to Take Away Undocumented Immigrants' Drivers Licenses Again

New Mexico’s Latina Gov. Fails to Take Away Undocumented Immigrants’ Drivers Licenses Again

by Jorge Rivas on February 17 2012, 4:58PM

New Mexico Republican Gov. Susana Martinez’s third attempt to repeal a 2003 law that allows undocumented immigrants to apply for drivers licenses failed Thursday when the Democratic controlled legislature voted it down.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

(Un)occupy Albuquerque Connects Corporate Greed to Fight for Native Land

(Un)occupy Albuquerque Connects Corporate Greed to Fight for Native Land

by Jorge Rivas on October 19 2011, 11:54AM

For New Mexico’s indigenous people, ‘Occupy’ means 500 years of forced occupation of their lands, according to activists.

Topics: #Occupy

New Mexico's Latina Gov Still Vows To Revoke Immigrant Licenses

New Mexico’s Latina Gov Still Vows To Revoke Immigrant Licenses

by Julianne Hing on May 20 2011, 9:46AM

Republican Gov. Susana Martinez is leading a charge to snatch driver’s licenses from undocumented immigrants in one of three states that still put safety ahead of ideology.

Topics: Immigration

Today's Love is for New Mexico's Miracle Wall Mural

Today’s Love is for New Mexico’s Miracle Wall Mural

by Hatty Lee on March 9 2011, 12:55PM

For 64-year-old artist Frederic Vigil, it’s never too late to create art.

Topics: Arts & Culture, Celebrate Love

Mass Murders Still Unsolved in New Mexico

Mass Murders Still Unsolved in New Mexico

by Jamilah King on February 4 2011, 11:27AM

The bodies of at least 11 women of color have been found buried in the desert.

Topics: Criminal Justice

Artists Call for Open Internet In New Mexico

Artists Call for Open Internet In New Mexico

by Jamilah King on November 17 2010, 2:19PM

Native communities are among the least connected Internet users in the country.

Topics: Media

Latino Web Users Challenge Verizon

Latino Web Users Challenge Verizon

by Jamilah King on October 29 2010, 10:50AM

Verizon’s not the only one who can make persuasive ads.

Topics: Net Neutrality, Technology

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