Today we will be turning our attention to the experiences and views of Native Americans and Indigenous peoples. In a new poll, Native Americans report substantial and significant personal experiences of discrimination, across many areas of life. The report shows that 75% of Native Americans believe there is discrimination against Native people in America today. Kris Kington Barker speaks with Northern Chumash Tribal co-chair and 35th District representative for the Democratic Party Violet Cavanaugh and Roberto Monge, co-founder of City Repair SLO about the experience and views of Native Americans and Indigenous peoples and examine both the state of discrimination in America and discuss issues and attitudes closer to home.
A walkabout at the Taos Pueblo with Taos Pueblo's Tourism Director and her assistant. A conversation about Taos Pueblo past and present from original visit in May 2013.
Situated a mile from the village of Taos, New Mexico, The Taos Pueblo is the only Native American community designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site and a National Historic Landmark. The Pueblo’s two multi-story residential complexes are likely the most photographed scenes in the entire American Southwest. Come along for a walkabout with Ms. Spruce, the Pueblo’s Tourism Director and her assistant.