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 Native American Journalists Association & UNITY: Journalists for Diversity Question Methodology, Accuracy & Ethical Considerations of Recent Washington Post Survey by Native News Online Staff 21 May 2016 #NATIVEVOTE18 — Sharice Davids Offers a Ready-for-Congress Resume in Kansas by Native News Online Staff 20 Feb 2018 Two Shot; One Dead at Citizens Potawatomi Nation’s Grand Casino in Oklahoma by Levi Rickert 10 Jan 2017 Trump to End Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program by Levi Rickert 4 Sep 2017 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 2 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!!