V.B. Price speaks with Yvette Tovar, Executive Director of the New Mexico Water Collaborative, about the ins and outs of water conservation in an era of persistent drought. - See more at: http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_yvette_tovar#sthash.l9BbZoLn.dpuf
V.B. Price talks with scholar and author David Correia about his new book Properties of Violence: Law and Land Grant Struggle in Northern New Mexico, exploring violence as an inherent part of the enactment of property rights and provides a new lens for looking into the origins of land grant struggles in New Mexico that takes into account the role and effect on Native Americans. http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_david_correia#sthash.eeC19Ktq.dpuf
V.B. Price speaks with Don McIver - poet, producer and poetry curator for the New Mexico Mercury. They discuss political poetry and the reemergence and evolution of the art form. - See more at: http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_don_mciver#sthash.xr8uePl0.dpuf
V.B. Price speaks with longtime civil rights activist, former National ACLU Board Director and founder of the Bennett A. Hammer LGBT Archives Project. - See more at: http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_bennett_hammer#sthash.LGiDgYXA.dpuf
V.B. Price talks with Cecilia Portal, photographer and former Guggenheim Fellow, about her new work, "Documented" and about the experience of the immigrant. - See more at: http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_cecilia_portal#sthash.yfhGq8Ei.dpuf
Insight New Mexico - Howie Morales : V.B. Price talks with Democratic State Sen. and gubernatorial candidate Howie Morales about claims made by the Martinez administration, education reform, the behavioral health audit, transparency and more.
V.B. Price speaks with the Paul Robinson, Research Director at the Southwest Research and Information Center, about the legacy of uranium mining in New Mexico, how the uranium market works and who suffers if there's another boom. - See more at: http://newmexicomercury.com/blog/comments/insight_new_mexico_paul_robinson#sthash.PuGLSFgZ.dpuf
Don Hancock, one of country's leading experts on nuclear waste, discusses the proposed transfer of high-level radioactive waste from the Hanford site in Washington state to the WIPP site in Southern New Mexico.