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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Coalition to Stop Violence against Native Wome

Advanced Training on Court Advocacy
Airport Holiday Inn
Albuquerque, NM
April 18th and 19th, 2011
Limited Scholarships Available
For more information contact Frances Abeyta @ 505-243-9199 or visit our website @
We welcome all social service providers, first responders, domestic violence advocates, and/or survivors of domestic violence
~Funding provided through the NM Children, Youth and Families Department State Grant~
~Funding provided through a CYFD grant~
Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women
Helping the Hands of Justice
April 18th and 19th, 2011
Registration Form
We welcome all social service providers, first responders, domestic violence advocates, and/or survivors of domestic violence

Email:________________________________________________________________________________ Organization:__________________________________________________________________________
Years Worked in Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and/or Stalking _________________________
Registration is free and scholarships are available on a limited basis based on certain criteria. You can download the scholarship application on our website @
Criteria for participants receiving this training include: demonstrating knowledge, skills and a commitment to assisting victims and survivors of Domestic Violence, using culturally specific practices and to provide trainings at local community levels.
The roles and responsibilities of each participant will at a minimum:
1. Provide one (1) training annually in your region within the State of New Mexico
2. Train a minimum of twenty (20) advocates/ providers in your region
3. Submit documentation of training activities after completion of your training to the CSVANW in a timely manner.
Registration forms can be submitted via email @, fax: (505)243-9966, or mail to 2401 12th street NW, Ste. 201 N, Albuquerque, NM 87104 no later than 4 p.m. on April 14th, 2011
“Helping the Hands of Justice”
Advanced Court Advocacy Training
Scholarship Application
There are limited scholarships available for this training*
The Scholarship will cover the following:
1.) Lodging Airport Holiday Inn Hotel for 2 nights amenities excluded
2.) Mileage @ the NM State rate (if funds are available)
Please complete the application below and send via e-mail to:, fax or mail to:
Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women: 2401 12th Street NW, Suite 201N; Albuquerque, NM 87104,
FAX: (505) 243-9966.
Scholarship application must be received by and no later than 4:00 PM on April 11th, 2011. You will be notified if selected no later than April 12th,2011 , email or Fax as to whether or not you have been granted a scholarship. If you have any questions, please call our office at (505) 243-9199.
Advanced Training April 18th & 19th, 2011
Airport Holiday Inn
Albuquerque, NM
Scholarship Application
Email Address:
State/Zip Code:
Other expenses not identified above are the responsibility of the applicant.
Signature: _____________________________________________ Date: __________________________
Funding provided by the New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department
You may be eligible for the scholarship if you meet the following criteria:
 Participants traveling from farther distances will be given priority.
 Eligible applicants for scholarships include service providers, those in the criminal justice system or other advocacy settings and interested community members, including Native American domestic violence victims.
 Recipients of the scholarship must commit to provide training services received at this session back to your own community.
 You will also become a part of CSVANW’s pool of facilitators for upcoming trainings.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission meeting

NNHRC Regular Meeting for April

ST. MICHAELS, Ariz.—The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission will meet at 10 a.m., on Friday, April 1, 2011 at its office located in the Apache housing sub-division at 29 Crest Road in St. Michaels, Navajo Nation (Arizona).
NNHRC meets every first Friday of each month and is open to the public.

NNHRC advocates for the recognition of Navajo human rights and addresses discriminatory actions against the citizens of the Navajo Nation. For more information, call the NNHRC office at (928) 871-7436 or visit the NNHRC website at

Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission
P.O. Box 1689
Window Rock, Navajo Nation (Arizona) 86515
Phone: (928)871-7436 Fax: (928)871-7437
March 28, 2011
CONTACT: Rachelle Todea
rtodea at

Wednesday, March 23, 2011


Women on Top
According to the Dalai Lama, the Western Woman will save the world. Click 'Like' to support your sisters in this effort!

Created By
Jeremy Yazzie
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You are invited to

Historic El Morro Theater
Gallup, NM
Saturday-March 26, 2011.

Admission yes, but reasonable

Mistress of Ceremony: Mattee Jim

Fabulous performances by:

Katrina Storm

Anna Mae Butler

Sasha Foxx

Jaob Lala Maestas


Kay Livingston

Daphney Eroticka

Asya Monroe


Mattee Jim

Victor Victoria


Lady Cupcake

Miss Myrtis

All proceeds will benefit NAN Native Gay Lesbian Bi Transgender Summer Gathering May 2011.

3009 W HWY 66
GALLUP, NM 87301
505 722 2221 for reservations

See you at the show my friends!!

Rodney Mack Philadelphia Big Brass sextet

Thursday, March 31 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Kenneth Holloway Auditorium, Gallup High School, Gallup, NM.

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Next Thursday, March 31, the Gallup Community Concert Association presents the Rodney Mack Philadelphia Big Brass sextet. This will be a virtuosic ensemble, offering a program which is familiar and accessible to all audiences. The concert begins at 7PM in the Kenneth Holloway Auditorium, Gallup High School, Gallup, NM.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Please "friend" KGLP 91.7fm Gallup on FaceBook

Registration for the 2011 Audio Theatre Workshop is a GO!
Learn to Create Audio Theatre in a Fun, Hands-On, Week-Long
Professional Immersion Experience

• Voice Acting for Games, Dramatic Audio/Books
• Writing for the Audio Theatre Format
• Live Sound Effects (SFX)
• Recorded Sound Effects (Sampling)
• Working with Microphones
• Friday Live Performance w/a Studio Audience!!
• ...and more!

June 19 - 25 in West Plains, MO. Also note: there are a limited number of scholarships available! If you are interested, e-mail our Executive Director, Andrew Davis, at ed at

Whether you do -- or do not -- have experience with stage acting, voice acting, sound recording or any related skill, this week-long group training and live performance experience will give you the tools you need to participate in this creative, dramatic audio format as well as give you the skills to succeed in audiobook narration, video game voice acting and more!

2011's Expert Guest Performer-Instructors:

Phil Proctor
Co-founder of The Firesign Theatre & Voice Acting Legend
As one of the world's hardest working voice actors, you've heard Phil Proctor voice roles in numerous films, including Pixar's Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo. Phil is a two-time Grammy Award nominee as a member of Firesign Theatre, famed for the immortal, "Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers" and their timeless "Nick Danger" series, where Phil plays both Rocky Rococo and Nancy. He's been featured in several dozen popular video games and in countless animated movies and television shows.

J.M. DeMatteis
Comics & Graphic Novels Icon
Writer for most of the major DC and Marvel icons--including Justice League and Spider-Man (most notably the psychological thriller “Kraven’s Last Hunt"), DeMatteis' greatest praise has come for his groundbreaking personal works Blood: A Tale (soon to be a major motion picture), Brooklyn Dreams, The Stardust Kid, Abadazad, Imaginalis, and Moonshadow. He is also known for the animated series The Real Ghostbusters, Justice League Unlimited, and, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, as well as the 1980's Twilight Zone TV revival.

Dr. Will Anderson
Central Michigan University
2006 National Broadcasting Society scriptwriting contest winner and the 2003 and 2007 NATF Scriptwriting Competition winner, Will is also a 2008 National Parks Service Artist in Residence at the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site where he researched and wrote audio plays about President Hoover's life.

Robin Miles
Multi-Earphone & Audie-Winning Director/Actor
Robin has narrated 130 audio books and is the winner of multiple "Earphone" and "Audie" awards for titles like Half a Yellow Sun; Brother, I'm Dying; The Pirate's Daughter and Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters. She has voiced dialog and dubbing for dozens of films and television shows including Primary Colors, The Last Days of Disco, Law & Order, All My Children, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, New York Undercover, One Life to Live and National Geographic's Tales from the Wild.

Elaine Lee
Emmy-Nominated Actor & Starstruck Creator
One of the most innovative writers of comic books and animation as well as a graphic artist, playwright and Emmy-nominated actor, Elaine created the science fiction comedy Starstruck to deliberately inject tough women characters into the genre. Notably, Starstruck was just adapted into a critically acclaimed full-cast audio production after having been serialized as a comic within Heavy Metal magazine and as a standalone comic by Epic, Dark Horse, and now IDW Publishing. She co-wrote the animated series Troll Tales and Stevie Stardust and recently scripted a comics adaptation of the classic noir/television series Honey West for Moonstone Entertainment.

Our longtime instructors have worked with NPR, Jimi Hendrix, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and on animated films and video games. These masters will help teach you to write scripts, record and mix multi-track sound, act for audio, publish using the internet and create live sound effects; all in seminar-style classes, informal round-table discussions and definitely "hands on."

You'll participate at a level comfortable to you and meet other enthusiastic participants at all levels of experience. At the end of the week, you'll join in the fun of the big final performance, recorded live in front of a studio audience. You won't want to miss this experience! Neither will your friends!

Your registration includes:

• Your choice of classes
• Workbook of class slides, notes, guides
• Evening round-table talks
• An audio CD of the final night's live show
• New friends among other audio theatre artists
• Memories of a fun, unique week of learning!

Plus, you'll enjoy a catered "meet and greet" dinner upon arrival Sunday night and (for a separate fee) start your mornings with incredible "all you can eat" breakfasts at the daily production meeting.

At the Audio Theatre Workshop, both staff and participants work hard all week to make sure everyone has a quality experience and performance, but there's plenty of opportunity to relax after hours, too. Among other options are evenings at "The Yellow House" and an open-mic night that includes a performance by the event's outstanding guest artists!

About the Civic Center
This beautiful, modern facility features a large stage, comfortable seating for 450 audience members, plenty of backstage working area, free wireless internet, seven spacious meeting or seminar rooms, nearby dining choices and on-site refreshments.

West Plains by Plane(s)
West Plains is reached via five airports:

• St. Louis (STL)
• Kansas City (KCI)
• Memphis (MEM)
• Branson (BKG)
• Springfield (SGK)
Each airport is served by several major and/or discount airlines. A luxury shuttle is optionally available to participants who use St. Louis for air travel. Travel via other airports requires ground transportation arrangements made by participants.


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The City of Gallup Solid Waste Department in conjunction with the McKinley
Citizens Recycling Council are putting forth the efforts to collect and
recycle your old phone books as part of helping to preserve the environment
and our resources. Please drop off phone books in the green and white
recycling bins at the following locations, Larry Brian Mitchell Recreation
Center, Courthouse Square, Train Station, First United Methodist Church, and
UNM Branch. Please spread the word to your family, friends and business owners
to pitch in and help make a difference. For more information, please call
City of Gallup Solid Waste Department 863-1212 or McKinley Citizens Recycling
Council at 722-9257.

E-Waste and Paper Recycling Day - March 26

An Electronic-waste and Paper Recycling collection will take place from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m., Saturday, March 26 at Castle Furniture, 1308 Metro Avenue in
Gallup. Albuquerque Recycling, Inc., the Community Pantry, and the McKinley
Citizens Recycling Council are sponsoring this spring recycling event for
residents of Gallup-McKinley County and surrounding areas.

Albuquerque Recycling, Inc. will accept the following electronics: computers,
laptop computers, computer accessories (keyboards, "mice"), monitors, copiers,
printers, fax machines, computer battery back-ups / UPS units, CRT monitors,
network equipment, scanners, cameras, modems, servers, phones, cell phones,
gaming systems, camera batteries, stereos, VCRs and satellite dishes, LCD TVs
and monitors. TVs will be taken for $10 and CRTs for $5. The disposal fee on
these items is to cover the labor intensive cost of removing highly toxic
materials. All other items are taken for free. For a complete list of
accepted electronics visit

The Community Pantry will be accepting the following paper materials:
Corrugated cardboard, Gray board (like cereal boxes), Card
stock, WHITE paper and WHITE shredded paper (NO staples, paper clips,
carbon, adhesives, or colored papers), Magazines, Catalogs, and Telephone
books. These materials will support the work of the Community Pantry to help
feed the hungry in our county.

For the disposal of all other items contact NWNM Regional Transfer Station /
Recycling Center on Hasler Valley Road (863-5776), City Solid Waste (863-1212)
or the McKinley Citizens' Recycling Council (722-5142).

Recycle to Reduce energy use and toxic emissions into our air, soil, and
. Recycle to Save our natural resources and landfill space. Recycle to
provide a healthier environment for future generations. For more information
contact Albuquerque Recycling 321.2827, The Community Pantry 726-8068, MCRC
722-5142, or Betsy Windisch, Recycling Coordinator 722-9257
- more -

About Albuquerque Recycling, Inc.Albuquerque Recycling, Inc., a New Mexico
company, accepts and recycles electronics in an environmentally safe manner.
ARI’s recycling facility is approved by the NM Environment Dept. and is
registered with the EPA. Albuquerque Recycling provides free hard drive data
destruction on all computers and copiers dropped off for recycling. About
Community PantryRecycle paper and cardboard to support the work of the
Community Pantry in feeding the hungry and homeless in McKinley County. Call
(505) 726-8068About McKinley Citizens’ Recycling Council (MCRC)
MCRC is a non-profit organization that promotes safe and responsible recycling
to save natural resources, reduce landfill space and provide a healthier
environment for future generations.

Albuquerque Recycling, Inc. is a certified and approved facility through the
NM Environmental Department. They are the only recycler in the Southwest that
separates CRT glass from TVs and monitors and process the glass per glass
manufacturer specifications. The glass is then sold to an Arizona
manufacturer and recycled. Computers are de-manufactured at the AR facility
and separated by species then sold to U.S. recyclers.

KGLP's New Manager Brings New Ideas for Connecting with Gallup Listeners

FOR RELEASE: February 23, 2011

KGLP's New Manager Brings New Ideas for Connecting with Gallup Listeners

GALLUP -- KGLP, Gallup's public radio station, has a new manager. Rachel Kaub

joined the station in January, after eight years as operations manager at KUNM

in Albuquerque.

Kaub brings some new ideas to the radio station, which broadcasts at 91.7 fm

from the basement of Gurley Hall at University of New Mexico-Gallup. At the

same time, she's appreciative of the diverse programming that already

exists, courtesy of the station's loyal volunteers.

A veteran of radio theater from her home state of Kansas and from KUNM, Kaub

says she'd like to launch this concept on KGLP. An experienced grant writer,

she hopes to pursue some grants specifically to underwrite radio theater, as

well as technical improvements, local news and public affairs.

Also high on her to-do list is reviving youth radio, an effort that partnered

with UNM-Gallup's Communications program in the past.

She also believes the public radio station needs to be of better service to

the Native American community in which it is located, and says she intends to

explore ways of doing that, including better engagement with Native Youth.

Kaub has already turned her attention to public affairs programming on the

station on Fridays from 1 to 2 p.m. by interviewing mayoral and city council

candidates, and will continue to reserve this time for revolving hosts to

conduct local interviews.

Some technical issues are currently at the fore, including the replacement of

the emergency alert system, computers, and the upgrading of network decoders

for the satellite system.

"Equipment wears out, as do people," Kaub said.

She says she would also like to resurrect the online streaming of KGLP

programming, which was halted four years ago due to concerns over changes in

music licensing for online distribution. Further, she's keen to experiment

with podcasts and Smartphone listening.

Establishing local partnerships will figure highly in her goals as well.

Besides UNMG, she would like to explore partnerships with commercial firms and

non-profits, including Gallup's public and private schools, small

businesses, local government, and individual members of the Gallup community

willing to give their time or resources to the betterment of our city and the

surrounding area.

In addition to UNMG, current underwriters and partners include SCS Connect,

Coal Street Pub, the Navajo Nation Museum, Tsosie Photo, Makeshift Gallery,

and The Gallup Journey Magazine. Other organizations are now contemplating

partnerships or underwriting with KGLP.

Volunteers are always welcome, in capacities beyond just hosting a program.

Kaub says she welcomes volunteers who can learn to help how to operate the

equipment and help behind the scenes. Several volunteers, including some

KGLP show hosts, a UNMG retiree, and a UNMG C&J student are now training with

Kaub in audio production.

"I have trained a lot of people to do radio," Kaub said.

Kaub, who attended the University of Kansas, worked for nonprofits and

starting in 1988, for community radio station KKFI in Kansas City, a

100,000-Watt station, as one of its founders. She went on to work at

commercial radio stations in Kansas City, then with KRQE-TV in Albuquerque in

1997. During the time with KRQE-TV, she started volunteering for KUNM, until

she went to work for that station in 2002.

"There's tremendous potential at KGLP. We have a good existing infrastructure

at the station, and a vital community," Kaub says. "I'm excited by the

diversity - and, I feel accepted here."

KGLP's signal reaches all of Gallup and about 30 miles beyond in most

directions. For more information, go to or call


Kaub brings some new ideas to the radio station, which broadcasts at 91.7 fm from the basement of Gurley Hall at University of New Mexico-Gallup. At the same time, she's appreciative of the diverse programming that already exists, courtesy of the station's loyal volunteers.

Image attached. Please credit John Van't Land

Linda Thornton

Senior Public Affairs Representative

University of New Mexico-Gallup

(505) 863-7565