The Hispanic Caucus monthly meeting is open to all.
Please contact caucus chair, Cordy Medina for more information: Cordy.email@example.com
All democrats in Ward 4D are welcome to attend this monthly meeting. Ward 4D includes precincts 9, 36, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48.
For more information contact ward chair Marti Burt, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Santa Fe Chapter of the ACLU is pleased to host on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at the United Church of Santa Fe, 1804 Arroyo Chamiso, a public forum on current issues surrounding our national immigration policies and the impact upon the lives of those affected by such policies on a daily basis.
The presenters will be:
Nia Rucker who serves as the Policy Counsel and Regional Manager of the ACLU office in Las Cruces, NM. Prior to joining the ACLU, Nia served in the Federal Public Defender’s office. She received her B.A. in Anthropology and Music from Beloit College and her law degree from California Western School of Law.
Jorge Rodriguez works as a Field Organizer in the ACLU office in Las Cruces, NM. He received his undergraduate and master’s degrees from New Mexico State University, writing his thesis on “Interior border crossing experiences of young Mexican-Americans in the Southwest border region and the influence on border identity.”
There is no admission fee and free parking is available.
THIS EVENT IS NOT SPONSORED BY THE UNITED CHURCH OF SANTA FE.
Join our monthly meeting for the first in a series on pressing local issues!
The Platform & Resolutions Committee has assembled a distinguished panel with Judge Donita Sena, Sheriff-Elect Adan Mendoza, County Commissioner Henry Roybal, and Emily Kaltenbach, State Director of Drug Policy Action, who will discuss the current status of the opioid epidemic in Santa Fe County and other issues related to substance abuse in our community.
Santa Fe County had 47 drug-related deaths in 2016 and the Third Congressional District had 323. For years, New Mexico has battled heroin addiction and a persistent opioid crisis. The negative consequences of substance abuse go far beyond death. They also include domestic violence, crime, poverty, unemployment, and devastated families and communities.
The panelists will discuss the effect of substance abuse on Santa Fe County, what is currently being done, and their ideas for change.
Local issues, local experts, local solutions. Join us!
PLEASE JOIN THE
DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF NEW MEXICO
SANTA FE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY
For an evening in support of DPNM with special guest Maggie Toulouse Oliver!
With DPNM Chair Marg Elliston
• Marti Burt • Carmen Gonzales • Vince Kadlubek •
• Daniel Kovnat • Kate Kennedy • Danika Padilla •
• The Young Democrats of Santa Fe County •
Thursday, July 19th, 6-8pm
Meow Wolf Learning Center
1352 Rufina Circle
Santa Fe, NM 87507
$250 – Host
$100 – Supporter
$50 – Guest
$25 – Young Professional
* First 25 ticket purchasers will receive free admission to Meow Wolf on evening of 7/19. All others will receive 50% admission. Families are invited to attend the museum at 5pmthat afternoon, and 21+ attendees
to attend Adult Night following the reception.
Monthly meeting of the Executive Committee. Committee members include the Chair, Vice Chair, Executive Officers, Ward Chairs, and Ward Vice Chairs.