Home / Currents / Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence on Hwy 64, Capulin, New Mexico Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence on Hwy 64, Capulin, New Mexico by Arthur Jacobs / Currents / 05 Apr 2016 Tweet Published April 5, 2016 Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Related Related Posts Cherokee Nation 2019 Camp Cherokee Applications Available March 15 by Native News Online Staff 9 Mar 2019 Donate to Assist Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe After Tornado Damage by Levi Rickert 9 May 2015 Navajo Nation Mourns Passing of Navajo Code Talker Alfred K. Newman by Native News Online Staff 14 Jan 2019 Federal District Court to Hear American Indian Eagle Feather Case by Levi Rickert 27 May 2015 About The Author Arthur Jacobs Arthur Jacobs is a graduate of Arizona State University. He is a nationally published writer who has been working for Native News Online since it's inception. One Response Lena Toledo 3 years ago Great photos of those so committed to our cause. I am certain there are many of us with you via internet. Where is Capulin, NM. I am from N.M. never heard of this community. You’re putting unknown towns/communities in the news as well. Your devotion will pay off in a mighty way as you are putting all your hearts into it. So proud of you. Hope my comment prints as I’m told already said that. So annoying!!