New Mexico’s Pioneer Suffragette

  Nancy Kenney, niece of Adelina “Nina” Otero Warren, New Mexico’s pioneer suffragette, writes about her aunt’s achievements, firsts and family in honor of the impending release of the American Women Quarters, featuring Otero Warren’s image. The quarters are...

2022 Indigenous Community Day

2022 Indigenous Community Day September 17th, 12-4pm @ Ragle Park Join Us For Our 2022 Indigenous Community Day! Santa Fe Indigenous Center is happy to announce the 2022 Indigenous Community Day. This is a free event to bring together the Native Community. All ages...

Message From Senator Ben Ray Lujan

Dear Friend, I hope you and your family are doing well and staying safe this week. As we wrap up another week in Washington, I have some important updates to share on the historic investments that I was proud to secure for New Mexico’s national labs. HISTORIC...

We Made It Easier to Volunteer with Community Services

By Phyllis Bustamante City Parks. The Food Depot. Kitchen Angels. Santa Fe Animal Shelter. Reunity Resources. Habitat for Humanity. Santa Fe Indigenous Center. Want to volunteer? We’ve got a place for you. There’s a standardized Google Doc for you to use. Or, email us...

Platforms

Democratic Party of Santa Fe County’s Platform DPSFC Platform 2020 Democratic Party of New Mexico’s Platform DPNM Platform 2018 Democratic National Committee’s Platform 2016 DNC Platform

Mardi Gras

Fat Tuesday has come and gone but the memories are here for a long time. This year’s Mardi Gras celebration served up great food, including untold pounds of Phyllis Bustamante's famous coleslaw and Julie Rodriguez’s chicken and sausage gumbo which was fantastically...

Broadband poised for takeoff

By Marti Burt Children’s education, business start-ups, health care delivery, farm-to-table agriculture -- what doesn’t suffer from the current state of high-speed internet coverage in New Mexico? Rural areas are especially affected, but even our biggest urban areas...

‘If you want higher wages, let me tell you what to do’

By Michael Kelley A Southern newspaper editorial writer, weighing in on the evils of the Protect the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, warned readers that "You might be a member of a labor union next year, if this thing is passed and signed." Horrors! A bigger paycheck,...

Zero impact as important as zero emissions

by Joe Neidhardt, MD Many realize that we need to get to zero emissions of nitrous oxide, methane, and CO2 if we are going to address the climate crisis.  In addition, there is another zero we need to achieve;zero impact. Our western culture has been based on...