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  • Lupe

    After DACA, Lupe Cordova finally felt included

    Editor’s note: This is the first profile in a series on DACA recipients. This article was first published on the Daily Lobo and has been republished with their permission. Minor style changes were made with permission. By Amy Byres Lupe Cordova applied for citizenship 18 years ago — but the process was never finalized. “One […]

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    Some of NMID Fellows’ Best 2017 Work

    By Marjorie Childress / New Mexico In Depth / When New Mexico In Depth created a fellowship for journalism students of color at University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University, we had high hopes for impactful, community-based stories. We haven’t been disappointed. Here are just a few of the stories created by Melorie […]

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    Albuquerque Ready for ART

    By Nathan Barnes / NM News Port / As the Albuquerque Rapid Transit system readies for full service in 2018, city leaders are also looking forward to the economic development the project is expected to bring. “The other cities that have put in this higher level of transit service have seen quite a bit of […]

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    Project Invites Refugees And Students Into Cultural Exchange

    By Kevin Maestas and Andrew Lucero / NM News Port / During the school year at the University of New Mexico, the Refugee Well-Being Project holds “learning circles” at the University Heights United Methodist Church in Albuquerque. There students and refugee families meet twice a week to enjoy each other’s company and find ways to […]

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    New Mayor Assumes Contentious Reform of APD

    By Nichole Harwood and Dani Prokop / NM News Port / Albuquerque’s newly elected mayor Tim Keller took the oath of office Dec. 1st, inheriting a police reform process that has dogged city leaders since 2014. Among Keller’s first acts was naming a new interim chief of the Albuquerque Police Department to replace Gordon Eden. […]

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    One Wall, Two Sides, Three Minutes

    By Celia Raney and Danielle Prokop / NM News Port / SUNLAND PARK, N.M. — After waiting behind caution tape and waving through a fence for more than an hour, families from the U.S. and Mexico finally got what they were waiting for — three minutes with their families through the steel rods of the […]

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