ELECTION DATES & UPCOMING EVENTS

THIS IS A CRITICAL ELECTION YEAR -

THAT STARTS WITH OUR LOCAL ELECTIONS -

PLEASE JOIN OUR VOTER ENGAGEMENT & EDUCATION CAMPAIGN

Earth Care is partnering with Fair Vote New Mexico to engage our young people, families, and neighbors to participate in the upcoming local election and we're running a campaign to help equip folks with information about the new Ranked Choice voting system.

The City of Santa Fe will hold a regular municipal election on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, and we will be electing:

  1. A Mayor to a four-year term
  2. A City Councilor from District 1 to a four-year term
  3. A City Councilor from District 2 to a four-year term
  4. A City Councilor from District 3 to a four-year term
  5. A City Councilor from District 4 to a four-year term

ABSENTEE VOTING: Starts Tuesday January 30 - Friday March 2

You can send your absentee ballot in by mail. You can get an application for an absentee ballot from the City Clerks' Office OR by downloading an application online HERE. All applications for absentee ballots must be completed and accepted by the City Clerk prior to 5:00 p.m., Friday, March 2, 2018. The City Clerk will accept completed absentee ballots delivered by mail, or in person by the voter casting the absentee ballot, their caregiver or the voter's immediate family, until 7:00 p.m. on March 6, 2018.

EARLY VOTING: Starts Wednesday February 14 - Friday March 2

You can vote at the following locations:

  • The City Clerk's office, 200 Lincoln Avenue, City Hall, Room 215, Monday - Friday during regular hours
  • Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 Rodeo Road, Tuesday - Saturday during the early voting period from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., except on Friday, March 2, 2018, voting will close at 5:00 p.m.  

ELECTION DAY - TUESDAY MARCH 6, 2018

Santa Fe Voters can go to any of the Voting Convenience Centers, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on March 6, 2018:

  • Montezuma Lodge, 431 Paseo de Peralta
  • Gonzales Community School, 851 W. Alameda
  • Salazar Elementary School, 1231 Apache Avenue
  • Atalaya Elementary School, 721 Camino Cabra
  • St. John's United Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pecos Trail
  • Christian Life Church, 121 Siringo Road
  • Nina Otero Community School, 5901 Herrera Drive
  • Sweeney Elementary School, 4100 S. Meadows Road
  • Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive
  • Nava Elementary School, 2655 Siringo Road
  • Kearny Elementary School, 901 Avenida de las Campanas
  • Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 Rodeo Road

La Municipalidad de Santa Fe celebrará una elección ordinaria el martes 6 de marzo 2018, con el fin de elegir:

  1. Un Alcalde para toda la Municipalidad por un plazo de cuatro anos;
  2. Un Concejal de la Municipalidad del Distrito 1 por un plazo de cuatro años;
  3. Un Concejal de la Municipalidad del Distrito 2 por un plazo de cuatro años;
  4. Un Concejal de la Municipalidad del Distrito 3 por un plazo de cuatro años; y
  5. Un Concejal de la Municipalidad del Distrito 4 por un plazo de cuatro años.

VOTACIÓN EN AUSENCIA - martes, 30 de enero 2018el viernes, 2 de marzo 2018

Votación en ausencia por correo empezará el martes, 30 de enero 2018 y cerrará a las 5:00 p.m. el viernes, 2 de marzo 2018. Pueden emitir boletas en ausencia personalmente a partir del martes, 30 de enero 2018 hasta las 5:00 p.m. el viernes, 2 de marzo 2018. La votación en ausencia se llevará a cabo en la oficina de la Escribana de la Municipalidad, durante horas laborables y los días laborables, de lunes a viernes.  Solicitudes para obtener boleta en ausencia se puede obtener solamente de la oficina de la Escribana de la Municipalidad.  Todas las solicitudes para obtener boleta en ausencia tienen que completarse y aceptarse por la Escribana de la Municipalidad antes de las 5:00 p.m. el viernes, 2 de marzo 2018.   Después de las 5:00 p.m. el 2 de marzo 2018 todas las boletas en ausencia no usadas se destruirán públicamente por la Escribana de la Municipalidad.  La Escribana de la Municipalidad aceptará boletas en ausencia completadas entregadas por correo o personalmente por el votante que emita la boleta en ausencia,  su cuidador/a o un familiar cercano, hasta las 7:00 p.m. el 6 de marzo 2018.

Se puede obtener una solicitud de boleta electoral para votar en ausencia en la Oficina de la Escribana Municipal o haciendo clic AQUÍ https://www.santafenm.gov/application_for_absentee_ballot para descargar la solicitud. Se indican a continuación la dirección física, la dirección postal y los números de teléfono de la Oficina de la Escribana Municipal:

-200 Lincoln Avenue, City Hall, Room 215, Santa Fe, NM  87501

VOTACIÓN POR ANTICIPADO - miércoles, 14 de febrero 2018 - el viernes, 2 de marzo 2018.

La votación por anticipado se llevará a cabo en:

  • la oficina del Escribana de la  Municipalidad, durante horas laborables y los días laborables de lunes a viernes. 
  • Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 Rodeo Road, entre las 9:00 a.m. el miércoles, 14 de febrero 2018 y las 5:00 p.m., el viernes, 2 de marzo 2018. La votación por anticipado, en este sitio, se llevará a cabo de martes a sábado, durante el período de votación por anticipado de 9:00 a.m. a 6:00 p.m., excepto el viernes, 2 de marzo 2018, la votación se cerrará a las 5:00 p.m.

Todas las solicitudes para boletas de anticipado tienen completarse y aceptarse por la Escribana de la Municipalidad antes de las 5:00 p.m. el viernes, 2 de marzo de 2018. Después de las 5:00 p.m. el día 2 de marzo 2018, todas las boletas de anticipado no usadas se destruirán públicamente por la Escribana de la Municipalidad.

CENTROS DE VOTACIÓN DE CONVENIENCIA

Todos los recintos electorales dentro de los cuatro (4) distritos concejales de la municipalidad sean consolidados en Centros de Votación de Conveniencia.  Cualquier votante con derecho de votar dentro los límites municipales de la Municipalidad de Santa Fe puede votar en cualquiera de los siguientes Centros de Votación de Conveniencia, entre las horas de 7:00 a.m. y 7:00 p.m. el día 6 de marzo 2018:

  1. Montezuma Lodge, 431 Paseo de Peralta
  2. Gonzales Community School, 851 W. Alameda
  3. Salazar Elementary School, 1231 Apache Avenue
  4. Atalaya Elementary School, 721 Camino Cabra
  5. St. John’s United Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pecos Trail
  6. Christian Life Church, 121 Siringo Road
  7. Nina Otero Community School, 5901 Herrera Drive
  8. Sweeney Elementary School, 4100 S. Meadows Road
  9. Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive
  10. Nava Elementary School, 2655 Siringo Road
  11. Kearny Elementary School, 901 Avenida de las Campanas
  12. Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 Rodeo Road

 

LET US KNOW WHY YOU PLEDGE TO VOTE AND RANK YOUR CANDIDATES IN THE UPCOMING ELECTION BY CLICKING HERE 

AND IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER OR GET INVOLVED WITH OUR RANKED CHOICE VOTING VOTER EDUCATION & ENGAGEMENT CAMPAIGN, CLICK HERE

 

CHAINBREAKER COLLECTIVE RELEASED THEIR 2018 VOTER GUIDE

THEY ASKED ALL OF THE CANDIDATES ON THE BALLOT: 

  1. IF ELECTED, what programs do you support and/or propose to expand affordable housing for low-income people & what ways do you believe we can encourage development with displacing low-income people?
  2. IF ELECTED, what programs do you support and/or propose to increase bus service, accessibility & affordability to the areas of Santa Fe in most need of public transportation?
  3. In what ways would you hold yourself, your colleagues & city staff accountable to the implementation of the Resident's Bill of Rights resolution & what resources would you call upon to advance its directives?

ACCESS THE 2018 VOTER GUIDE HERE

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PLEASE COME OUT FOR 

SOUTHSIDE MAYORAL FORUM: THE CANDIDATES RESPOND TO YOUTH, FAMILIES, AND WORKERS

COHOSTED BY: CHAINBREAKER COLLECTIVE,

COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS, NM DREAMERS IN ACTION

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22

6:00-8:00 PM

at Cesar Chavez Elementary School gym

6251 Jaguar Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87507

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LEARN MORE & RSVP HERE


El Foro del Sur, Candidatos para Alcalde: Respuestas a la Juventud, Familias y Trabajadores

Organizado por Earth Care, Communities in Schools, Chainbreaker Collective y New Mexico Dreamers In Action.

JUEVES, 22 DE FEBRERO
6: 00-8: 00 PM
en el gimnasio de la Escuela Primaria Cesar Chavez
6251 Jaguar Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87507

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DO YOU KNOW ABOUT RANKED CHOICE VOTING?

JOIN US AT THESE UPCOMING EVENTS TO LEARN WHAT RCV IS AND WHY WE RANK

THIS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8

12:00-1:30 PM

at Second Street Brewery, 1814 2nd Street, Santa Fe, NM

LEARN MORE & RSVP HERE


THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15

12:00-1:30 PM

at Second Street Brewery, 2920 Rufina Street, Santa Fe, NM

RSVP & LEARN MORE HERE


RCV FREE COMMUNITY TRAINING - ENTRENAMIENTO GRATIS

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17

at Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive

SPANISH TRAINING 2-3 PM

ENGLISH TRAINING 3-4 PM

RSVP & LEARN MORE HERE 


THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22

5:00-6:30 PM

at Desert Dogs Brewery & Taproom, 112 W San Francisco St, Unit 307, Santa Fe, NM

RSVP & LEARN MORE HERE 




Education without Displacement

Today, Tuesday, January 23th

5:30- 7:30 PM @ Higher Education Center

Education Without Displacement

Hosted by: Chainbreaker Collective 

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We are proud to support and promote this critical series hosted by Chainbreaker throughout the election season -- to explore the equity crisis facing our Santa Fe community and find solutions together.  

Our staff Ruby Lopez and Miguel Angel Acosta will be taking part in tonight's event

 Hear panelists make the connections and explore the intersections of institutional and community education, built environment and equity:· 

Patricia Trujillo, Ph.D: Associate Professor, Northern NM College· 

Ruby Lopez: Educator, Sustainability Education Program, Earth Care

Linda Seigel: President, Resources for Change· 

Patricia Gay-Webb: Dual Language Teacher, El Camino Real Academy

The discussion will be moderated by Miguel Angel Acosta with Earth Care

It is free and open to everyone. Food will be provided. 

Please join us and help increase Santa Fean's political literacy about equity during this critical election cycle.

 

LEARN MORE HERE


Women's March 2018

Thousands converged Sunday on the Santa Fe Plaza for the second annual Women’s March, a demonstration of support in what has become one of the largest international political protest for human rights in American history.

 Our youth leaders (like Ladretta Valencia pictured below in the Santa Fe New Mexican), staff, and Board members were raising their voices for justice. 

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READ THE  SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN'S COVERAGE HERE

SEE OUR BOARD MEMBER, AUTUMN BILLIE'S LIVE FEED HERE


Upcoming Calls to Action

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, January 23rd 

1 PM - 2 PM 

At New Mexico State Capitol

300 Don Gasper, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 

New Mexico Anti-Rasicm Day 2018 

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Join the Deconstructing Racism Committee for the New Mexico Anti-Racism Day 2018 for the press conference on Tuesday, January 23 from 1:00-2:00 pm at the New Mexico State Capitol Rotunda. Contact nmantiracismday@gmail.com for more information. 

LEARN MORE HERE


 Tuesday, January 23th – Tuesday, Feburary 20th

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM 

Hosted by: Chainbreaker Collective 

Edge of Displacement Series  

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Join us for a series of community conversations every other Tuesday during the election season to explore roots of the equity crisis and find solutions together.  The series continues Tuesday, January 23rd at 5:30 PM with Education Without Displacement.

Hear our panelists make the connections and explore the intersections of institutional and community education, built environment and equity:·

Patricia Trujillo, Ph.D: Associate Professor, Northern NM College·

Ruby Lopez: Educator, Earth Care Sustainability Education Program·

Linda Seigel: President, Resources for Change·

Patricia Gay-Webb: Dual Language Teacher, El Camino Real Academy

The discussion will be moderated by Miguel Angel Acosta from Earth Care.

It is free and open to everyone. Food will be provided. Please join us and help increase Santa Fean's political literacy about equity during this critical election cycle.

LEARN MORE HERE


Tuesday, January 23rd through March 6th

at El Chantel: Casa de Cultura LLC

Low Writing is Back!

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LEARN MORE HERE 


Wednesday, January 24th 8 AM - 11 AM - POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

 333 Lomas Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 

Greater Chaco Canyon: Public Court Hearing

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Rally with us and witness oral arguments in federal court in the case fighting against the onslaught of drilling in across the Greater Chaco Landscape. *Show your support for Greater Chaco protection!*Because of overwhelming interest, we will be rallying outside of the federal courthouse before the court proceedings. 8AM-8:30AM -- Rally outside the courthouse. Bring your signs and banners for Greater Chaco protection, environmental justice, and indigenous rights. The argument is scheduled for January 24, at 8:30 am, at the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico, 460 Vermejo Courtroom. The address is 333 Lomas Blvd NW # 270, Albuquerque, NM 87102 (between 3rd & 4th Streets). 

 


Wednesday, January 24th 

6 PM to 8 PM 

at Southwestern College

3960 San Felipe Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507

 

Eating and Emotions:  The Psychology of Wellness and Worth

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COMMUNITY LECTURE SERIES Sponsored by THE NEW EARTH INSTITUTE
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC OR $20 FOR 2 CECs
Please RSVP to lecture@swc.edu to guarantee a seat. 

EATING AND EMOTIONS: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WELLNESS AND WORTH
Wednesday, January 24, 2018, 6-8pm

Food is a gateway to our inner world, and wellness requires putting our self-worth into action. Mental health professionals find themselves working with clients dealing with challenges related to food, weight, over-eating, food addictions and chronic health issues. Linked to these issues are high rates of depression, anxiety, and underlying unresolved trauma. 

 

LEARN MORE HERE


Wednesday, January 24th 

6 PM to 7 PM 

Eldorado Hotel and Spa

309 W San Franciso St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Mayoral Forum

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Please join us for a Mayoral Forum at the Eldorado Hotel hosted by the tourism groups.

 

LEARN MORE HERE


Friday, January 26th 

6 PM to 8 PM

Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice

202 Harvard Dr SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

From NM to Palestine: Ending Israel/US Police Exchange, Reclaiming Safety

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One of the most dangerous places where the regimes of Trump and Netanyahu converge is in exchange programs that bring together police, ICE, border patrol, and FBI from the US with soldiers, police, border agents, etc. from Israel. In these programs, “worst practices” are shared to promote and extend discriminatory and repressive policing in both countries. These include extrajudicial executions, shoot-to-kill policies, police murders, racial profiling, massive spying and surveillance, deportation and detention, and attacks on human rights defenders. 

This event will feature Native and Palestinian-American speakers who can testify to the impact of deadly police violence on their communities. We will also discuss what actions activists can take back to their communities to bring an end to this violence.

Speakers:
MELISSA TSO, advisor to JVP End The Deadly Exchange Campaign and lead organizer in The Red Nation
JENNIFER MARLEY, lead organizer in The Red Nation
JEFF HAAS, Santa Feans for Justice in Palestine
Palestinian members of UNM Muslim Student Association
BEKAH WOLF, New Mexico Immigrant Law Center and Steering Committee member for the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights
Lori Rudolph, Jewish Voice for Peace - ABQ

Refreshments will be provided! 

LEARN MORE HERE


Saturday, January 27th 

5 PM to 8 PM 

524 Central Ave, Albuquerque, NM 87102

Flight (01) a Benefit Event for Immigrant Awareness

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A group of artists are gathering forces to create a visual, spoken word event that benefits the NM Dream Team, New Mexico Immigrant Law Center & the Santa Fe Dreamers Project.

Flight (01) is the first of three events that is partially sponsored by the Right of Return Fellowship which invests in formerly incarcerated artists to create original works that can further criminal justice reform in partnership with advocates and organizers. Sheri Crider is 1 of 7 inaugural recipient’s of this fellowship. As part of Flight (01) four visual artists will create works that amplify the conversation surrounding immigration and mass incarceration. Each artist brings their own signature work to the event as a collectible item. The proceeds benefit local organizations that support community members impacted by these issues. Jodie Herrera has designed a custom tote with a recent design informed by her recent body of work, Women Across Borders. Kei and Molly have designed one of their gorgeous linens with migratory birds that are featured in limited edition bird mobiles by Sheri Crider. The birds design are conceptually tied to currently detained immigrants at Cibola Detention Center. Flight will grow over the year in a series of events, culminating in a large scale installation and series of events at the University of New Mexico Art Museum in August.

 

LEARN MORE HERE


Saturday, January 27th 

6 PM - 7:30 PM

at Nahalat Shalom

3606 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 

Take Back the Day: A Year resisting deportation and Muslim ban

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Take Back the Day: A Year of Resisting Deportations, Wall-Building, and the Muslim ban


One year after airport demonstrations and peaceful protests, Trump, Sessions, and ICE continue the attacks. Yet, we continue to resist and we will prevail. Stay informed. Act together. Meet your allies at Nahalat Shalom, 3606 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, Saturday, January 27 at 6:00 p.m.

We will begin with the Jewish ceremony for ending the Sabbath and end with Muslim evening prayers. In between, we will provide updates on the continuing legal and moral struggles and insights into how immigrants and Muslims are faring. Only Together, we will win!

 

LEARN MORE HERE

 


Monday, January 29th 

8 AM - 12 PM 

At New Mexico State Capitol 

Immigrant Day of Action 2018: Defending Our Families, Uniting Our Community 

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 LEARN MORE HERE


Tuesday, January 30th 

8 AM to 4 PM 

At BLM Office - Farmington 

Farmington Resource Advisory Council Meeting 

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The Farmington District Resource Advisory Council (RAC) is holding a *public* meeting on January 30 from 8AM-4PM at the BLM Farmington District Office, 6251 College Blvd., Suite A, Farmington, NM 87402.

The Farmington District RAC consists of 10 members chartered and appointed by the Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke. The RAC advises BLM resource managers regarding management plans and proposed resource actions on public land in the BLM's Farmington District. 

BLM Farmington has already leased 91% of available lands to fracking and already this year is offering up another 4,500 acres of sacred land in Greater Chaco in its March oil and gas lease sale. Soon, we expect BLM to release its Resource Management Plan Amendment which will outline and analyze further fracking development across the Greater Chaco Landscape. 

The Farmington RAC provides local guidance to BLM. Let's make sure they guide BLM toward the service of the people. Our health impacts, clean air, water, sacred land and ancient heritage cannot be sacrificed for fracking. 

We'll be there bearing witness, engaging council members, and submitting public comment to protect Greater Chaco from fracking. We hope you'll join us.  

LEARN MORE HERE


Wednesday, January 31st

5:15 PM - 8:15 PM

At Universalist Santa Fe

107 Bacelona, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Fossil Free and Fast Livestream Worldwide Event with 350.org

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Join us on Jan 31st for a Fossil Free and Fast: The Climate Resistance Live Event watch party near you. Meet others in your community who want to organize to build a local power and take climate action. Working together, we will end the use of fossil fuels and transition our work to 100% renewable energy for all. Find out what you can do in your city or town to begin the Fossil Free future we need -- an connect with other actvisits equally passionate about this work. Please RSVP so we can send you updates and last minute details.

LEARN MORE HERE


Thursday, February 1st

9 AM – 3:30 PM

Santa Fe Roundhouse – NM State Capitol

Environment Day at the Roundhouse

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Dozens of NM organizations are joining forces to create an incredible day of speakers, music, education, exhibits, lobbying training and lobbying in support of renewable energy, the environment and social justice. Join us! 

LEARN MORE HERE


Tuesday, February 6th 

4 PM - 6 PM 

at Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office

400 Roma Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 

International Day of Solidarity With Leonard Peltier

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This is a rally in commemoration of the 42nd year since Leonard Peltier's arrest in Cananda (February 6, 1976) for a crime he did not commit. Bring your signs, banners, voices, etc

We demand the freedom of all political prisoners. Free Leonard Peltier!!

www.whoisleonardpeltier.info 

LEARN MORE HERE


Tuesday, February 6th 

6:30 PM to 8 PM 

at Gerard's House

3204 Mercantile Ct Ste C, Santa Fe, NM 87507

Infant CPR Training

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Learn more about the basics of Infant CPR. Dinner, childcare and door prizes! Contact us for help with transportation.

LEARN MORE HERE


Saturday, February 10th 

12 PM to 1 PM  

at New Mexico State Capitol

300 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501

One Billion Rising - Santa Fe

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This year has been an evolutionary moment. In 2013 when One Billion Rising first launched, we felt the electric power when millions of women and men came together across the globe on one day to rise, dance and highlight the epidemic of violence against women and girls. It has been exciting to witness that electricity gain even more traction as women have stepped forward to give personal voice to the issue, igniting and re-igniting many women's movements and bringing the issue to the forefront of global discussions for women's rights. As we stand on the shoulders of the women’s and human rights movements who came before us, nationally and globally, we know that we have built up our muscles for this exact moment. We honor the women who have come forward and those who are unable to give voice to their story. We celebrate the solidarity, persistence and resistance that have brought us to this moment.

#obr2018 #metoo #timesup #1in3

 

LEARN MORE HERE


Saturday, February 10th

2 PM to 4 PM

Genoveva Chavez Community Center

3221 Rodeo Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507 

Reconnect Café- Supporting Local – Government Policy Edition

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Reconnect-Today is hosting this event to engage in rich dialogue with our candidates for Mayor and City Council, in a World Cafe hosted afternoon.  

This conversation is for everyone who cares about supporting local.

We’ll delve into the topics of:

Biodiversity and Nature

Business and Local Economy

Cultural Diversity/Social Change

Food and Water

Energy Efficiency/Climate Change

Health and Wellbeing

We’ll host the conversation and have coffee and tea. You bring your wisdom and best ideas to dialogue with our candidates.

 LEARN MORE HERE


Thursday, February 15th

6 PM - 7:30 PM 

at New Mexico History Museum 

113 Lincoln Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501

New Date: Create the Vote Santa Fe 2018

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LEARN MORE HERE


Wednesday, February 21st

7 PM

The Tannex

1417 4th Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

City on the Edge Presents: Black Lives in New Mexico

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Join City on the Edge Podcast co-hosts Mike Smith, Ty Bannerman, Nora Hickey and guest host Marya Errin Jones as they explore LIVE!, the history of Black Americans in New Mexico. 

http://www.cityontheedgepodcast.com/ 

LEARN MORE HERE


Saturday, February 24th

3 PM to 5 PM

Bookworks Albuquerque

4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW Ste H, Albuquerque, NM 87107 

Albuquerque, NM Meet Crazy Horse Family members and author Matson

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Hoka Hey! Crazy Horse family members Floyd Clown and Doug War Eagle along with author William Matson will discuss and sign their book "Crazy Horse: The Lakota Warrior's Life and Legacy" based on the family's oral history. Photo is of Elk Head and the sacred bundle. Elk Head was the sacred buffalo calf pipe keeper in the late 1800s. 

LEARN MORE HERE


Tuesday, Febraury 27th

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

SITE Santa Fe

1606 Paseo de Peralta, Sante Fe, NM 87501

Standing Fierce for Five!

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Celebrating NewMexicoWomen.Org's 5th Anniversary. 
Standing Fierce For Five! 
Women at the Heart of Gender Justice in New Mexico. 

With Special Guest:
MARIA HINOJOSA
Host and Executive Producer of NPR's Latino USA
President and Founder of the Futuro Media Group

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018
5:30pm - 7:30pm at SITE Santa Fe

This event is free, but by RSVP as space is limited - see ticket link at the top.

 

LEARN MORE HERE


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