Green news from Albuquerque
May 8, 1970: A Date to Remember
A Commemoration of the University of New Mexico protests and the bayoneting of protesters by the National Guard.
We decided to move this collaborative event on line. Hear from participants and observers at the UNM protests, trauma experts, and current youth activists. We want a good turnout!
Saturday, September 26
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Panel 1: Remembrances of the Day with participants and observers
Panel 2: Healing Trauma in Communities and Youth Activism in 1970 and 2020 with mental health professionals and student activists
Thursday, October 8, 6:00 p.m.
Regular GPAMA meeting, the Blue Room at The Source, 1111 Carlisle Blvd. SE, ABQ. Face masks and social distancing apply.
Stephen Verchinsk, Green Party Candidate for House District 25
This is a mid-NE Heights district in Albuquerque. Please volunteer or donate at stephen4nm.com and help Stephen Verchinski highlight important issues.
Appointed PRC Amendment
GPAMA opposes this effort to replace five elected commissioners to the PRC with three appointed ones. Public oversight is essential; "industry-expert" regulators regulating their own industries is not the way to go. The proposed change would decrease representation and further erode opportunities for independent and minor party candidates to represent the array of voices of the people of New Mexico. Please vote No on this amendment.
Green Candidates Across the Country
In addition to the national Hawkins/Walker campaign, Greens are running for offices at all levels. Find out more at gp.org.