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Jun 16, 2016

60’s Activist Mark Rudd and 2014 Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Alan Webber: Does Democratic Socialism represent the future of the Democratic Party?

Jun 16, 2016

Steven Robert Allen on Ending Solitary Confinement in New Mexico.

Jun 16, 2016

Comparison Studies of Commerce and City Budgets, and What Brackley Would Do to Fix the City Budget Deficit and Get the Santa Fe Economy Going Again.

Jun 16, 2016

Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino on The Behavioral Health Crisis in New Mexico, the State of Health Care, Politics, and more

May 29, 2016

Inez Russell Gomez, Editorial Page Editor of The Santa Fe New Mexican, Talks About The Editorial Page: Where The Community Debates, How a Vigorous, Yet Civil Conversation on the Issues Still Matters in This Age of Internet Trolls and Anonymous Loudmouths.

May 22, 2016

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May 22, 2016

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May 8, 2016

Local Author, Bruce Berlin – Reads and comments on his latest book, Breaking Big Money’s Grip on America – Working Together To Revive Our Democracy

May 8, 2016

World Affairs Forum President, Patricia Kushlis on the Crisis in Human Migration: A New World of Walls?

Apr 17, 2016

Karen Heldmeyer, former city councilor, will discuss Santa Fe city politics in light of the recent city elections. She plans to talk about issues including the city budget, the current governing body, and how city residents can become more involved in local political affairs.

Apr 17, 2016

Joelle Marier currently works as the BLM Grassroots Organizer for the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance. Outside of her multifaceted role as a community organizer, she enjoys hiking, backpacking, skiing, and just plain experiencing the wild lands of New Mexico and the Western U.S. – the essence of which she attempts to capture through nature writing and traditional drawing media.

Mar 20, 2016

Prosperity Works is an intermediary organization that partners with local organizations in New Mexico. "It teaches them how to develop and offers effective strategies to help hard working families move into the middle class. Prosperity Works mission is to buildd the capacities of families, organizations and communities to advocate for policies that generate economic prosperity for all New Mexicans.

Mar 13, 2016

Senator Peter Wirth (D-Santa Fe - 25) is a second term State Senator. He spent four years as a Representative in the State House from 2004 through 2008 replacing Max Coll who retired from the seat.

Mar 13, 2016

Host & Moderator Judith Fein organized the first conversation at The Forum at The University of Art and Design. She states that the "purpose of organizing the event is to help people connect in a way that is rooted in a deeper understanding and appreciation of one another".

Mar 7, 2016

On his own words, Joe writes, "I was born in PA and have lived in NM since the early 70's. I began at the University of New Mexico at KUNM-FM and the Daily Lobo. Later, I was news director for KRZY-KRST radio. In 1979 I joined the D.C. staff of GOP NM Rep. Manuel Lujan as communications director."

Feb 22, 2016

Jan Denton, Conservation Chair of the Santa Fe Garden Club, will address the commitments that the Santa Fe Garden Club has made in our local community through conservation volunteer activities, advocacy, and grant making.

Feb 14, 2016

Mariel Nanasi is the Executive Director and President of New Energy Economy. A civil rights and criminal defense attorney, she is licensed to practice in both the state and federal courts. When Mariel realized the urgency of climate change, she came to work for New Energy Economy as the senior policy advisor. Two years later, she was asked to serve as executive director. A zealous organizer, Mariel’s can-do spirit is infectious.

Feb 1, 2016

Maggie Toulouse Oliver will be discussing her campaign for Secretary of State and reform agenda for New Mexico that will raise the bar for transparency and accountability from state government, public officials, candidates, lobbyists and political organizations.

Jan 31, 2016

Erin Sanborn will take lessons from Northern New Mexican politics; Taos, and share audacious strategies for transforming local politics. This event will be both a presentation and a dialogue with community members. Come explore the world of political possibilities.

Jan 18, 2016

People are using guns to kill, injure and traumatize New Mexico's children and families, with costly consequences for entire communities. Gun violence is a particularly acute problem for children in New Mexico. This Lecture will focus on gun violence in New Mexico as a public health epidemic.

Jan 11, 2016

Mary McGinnis has been living, writing, working and laughing in New Mexico since 1972.  Her published books include Private Stories on Demand, October Again, and her first full-length collection, Listening for Cactus, published by Sherman Asher Publishing in 1996.

Jan 4, 2016
This talk is based on the new book, "New Mexico 2050," the urgent need to get New Mexico moving again, and how to do it.

 

Jan 3, 2016

Merle Lefkoff (Founder and CEO) spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Dec 28, 2015

Loftin is the CEO of Homewise, an innovative social enterprise based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Homewise has pioneered an intensely customer-centric business model for creating low- and moderate-income homeowners. Homewise currently has retail branches in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

 

Dec 27, 2015

For the past two decades Eric has worked as a researcher, analyst and policy maker on applied public policy issues ranging from economic development to early childhood education at the local, state, national and international level. For the first ten years of his career after receiving his Master’s Degree at the University of Maryland’s Public Policy School, he worked on international economic and labor issues at several agencies and on Capitol Hill.

 

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