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Chino (Acoma) is currently serving as the Secretary
of Labor of New Mexico, following 24 years of creating television
news. His journalism career has included many years as an investigative
reporter and news anchor for Albuquerque's KOB-TV 4, an NBC affiliate.
Chino's award-winning stories-on a wide variety of current events,
including Native American issues-won him a loyal following throughout
the Southwest. Chino was host for the Smithsonian NMAI radio series
Living Voices. Surviving Columbus, a documentary
exploring the history of the Pueblo peoples, which Chino hosted
and narrated, won the 1993 George Foster Peabody Award. He has
recently created his own independent video production company.
Chino received a graduate degree in journalism from Princeton
University and won a post-graduate fellowship from the Nieman
Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. He grew up in
the Pueblo of Acoma, and is a fluent speaker of Western Keres.
He is a leader in the Antelope clan at Acoma and has worked as
a consultant to the tribal council.
Presentado por NMAI
- Looking Toward Home
(2003) producer and host
- Surviving Columbus (1992) host, assistant producer