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"As Roe faces being overturned, Indigenous communities say it was always impossible for them to access abortion services" + –
Article from Insider.com featuring Dr. Corrine Sanchez, TWU Executive Director
May 12, 2022, by DeArbea Walker
Article featuring the Española Healing Foods Oasis.
by Ungelbah Davila-Shivers, Edible Magazine, Spring 2021
Featuring Dr. Corrine Sanchez and the work of TWU, Santa Fe New Mexican, Feb 27, 2020, by Seneca Johnson
by Sammy Feldblum, Santa Fe Reporter, June 19, 2019
with Diana Halsey and Jessica Lujan of TWU’s Indigenous Women’s Health and Reproductive Justice Program.
with Jessica Lujan, the Indigenous Women’s Health and Reproductive Justice Program Manager from Tewa Women United, about the legislature’s denial of a bill advocating for the repeal of HB51, an outdated abortion law.
with Beata Tsosie-Peña of Tewa Women United, who talks about Seed Sovereignty in New Mexico. Also includes interviews with Adriann Barboa of Strong Families New Mexico, Nicole Martin of Indigenous Women Rising, and Adrian N. Carver of Equality New Mexico. KUNM Radio, March 31, 2019
KRQE News 13, March 27, 2019
by Olivia Harlow, Santa Fe New Mexican, March 16, 2019.
“Tewa Women United: An Intertribal Network of Women are Training to Be Doulas and Volunteers, Strengthening Cultural Knowledge and Healing Generational Trauma at the Same Time" + –
by Rebecca Moss, Vogue Magazine, March 6, 2019.
UNUM Magazine, Issue VI: Visionaries.
by Dr. Corrine Sanchez, Green Fire Times (page 10), March 2019.
by Alice Inez Guzman, New Mexico Magazine, March 2019
by Olivia Harlow, Santa Fe New Mexican, September 29, 2018.
by Oliva Harlow, Santa Fe New Mexican, May 29, 2018.
KSFR/Santa Fe Farmers Market Institute, Dec 12, 2017.
by Aura Bogado, Teen Vogue, April 27, 2017.
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