Indigenous symbols rise as colonial monuments fall in New Mexico
January 6, 2021, National Geographic

Rest in Pieces
December 29, 2020, Searchlight New Mexico

Honoring Indigenous Voices and the Environment
November 23, 2020, Santa Fean

Black Lives Matter highlights struggles of all Americans of color
November 12, 2020, Santa Fe New Mexican

Twelve Murals
October 26, 2020, Santa Fe Reporter

Indigenous activists brace for worsening wildfires under climate change
August 30, 2020, NM Political Report

Forest Fire Grows
August 23, 2020, Santa Fe Reporter

Mural Arts goes beyond Philadelphia for environmental justice
August 8, 2020, WHYY

Americans Need to Know the Hard Truth About Union Monuments in the West
July 10, 2020, The Atlantic

3 Sisters Collective talked about their beginnings and the history and future of rematriation in Santa Fe
July 4, 2020, Brave Space

Three Sisters Collective Take the Pen
July 3, 2020, The Ripple Effect

Let’s Talk Monuments And Reckoning With Colonial Histories
July 1, 2020, KUNM Let’s Talk New Mexico

3 ‘sisters’ succeed in removal of racist monuments
June 25, 2020, The Navajo Times

Topping monuments to one-sided history
June 22,2020, Native America Calling

Santa Fe’s ‘lightning rod’ draws more controversy
June 21, 2020, Albuquerque Journal

Plaza Monument Protest Becomes Celebration
June 19, 2020, Santa Fe Reporter

Hundreds celebrate removal of Diego de Vargas statue in Santa Fe
June 18, 2020, KOB 4 Eyewitness News

A Long Time Coming
June 18, 2020, Santa Fe Reporter

Santa Fe, New Mexico, mayor says controversial monuments will go
June 17, 2020, Indian Country Today

A Shift in the Tide
June 17, 2020, Santa Fe Reporter

Activists protesting controversial statues turn focus to Santa Fe Plaza obelisk
June 16, 2020, Santa Fe New Mexican

New Mexico In Focus
June 12, 2020, New Mexico PBS

Artist, others ask state to save Santa Fe mural
February 15, 2020, Santa Fe New Mexican

Dr Christina Castro of Three Sisters Collective & Ricardo Cate, Cartoonist with host Jennifer Villela
February 15, 2020, KTRC Coffee and Culture

Indigenous Women’s Day at The Roundhouse is February 13
February 12, 2020, Indian Country Today

Hotel Draws Criticism
February 3, 2020, Santa Fe Reporter

Santa Fe Women’s March smaller but boisterous
January 18, 2020, Santa Fe New Mexican

Raising Awareness about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in New Mexico
July 26, 2019, New Mexico in Focus

‘Like we had come home’: Navajo and Ute residents of Utah welcome Pueblo people back to Bears Ears
July 22, 2019, The Salt Lake Tribune

Whoever Controls the Wall, Controls the Voice
July 5, 2019, Santa Fe Reporter

MOIFA Celebrates Art as Activism at the Santa Fe Railyard
June 18, 2019, Museum of New Mexico Media Center

Empowerment through Self-Defense
June 7, 2019, Santa Fe Reporter

Women gather at Roundhouse to honor murdered, missing; demand action
March 7, 2019, Navajo Times

A uniquely New Mexican act of protest
Jan 19, 2019, Santa Fe New Mexican

Women’s March will celebrate successes
Jan 14, 2019, Santa Fe New Mexican

Women’s March coming to Santa Fe for third year
Jan 13, 2019, Albuquerque Journal

A wave of marchers to stand for women’s rights
Jan 11, 2019, Santa Fe New Mexican

What does the future hold for a growing mixed-blood Native population?
January 6, 2019, NDN Collective

Activists come out in force to oppose BLM land lease sales
Dec 6, 2018, Albuquerque Journal

3 Sisters Collective holds space for Indigenous Peoples Day and beyond
Oct 2, 2018, Santa Fe Reporter

Manifest Destiny-Lite With Souvenirs: Why Assholes in Turquoise Are Flooding the Southwest
April 5, 2018, Jezebel

Interview with 3 Sisters Collective founders
March 26, 2018, Brave Space radio show

Reclaiming Santa Fe
Oct 7, 2017, Santa Fe New Mexican