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New Mexico Listens: Santa Fe Stories You've Never Heard

Sun, Feb 6, 2022, 7:00pm

This event will be hybrid in-person and offered on Zoom on February 6, 2022 at 7pm. 

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St. John's Methodist Gathering Room

1200 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM

A panel of 5 community members from the Santa Fe area will share their stories and unique perspectives on the culture of Santa Fe. In sharing and listening to stories of our past and present, we discover our future.

NM Listens: Santa Fe Stories You've Never Heard

Sun, Feb 6, 2022, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

1200 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM, USA

Organizer: New Mexico Humanities Council

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Indigenous AI

Tue, Dec 28, 2021, 12:00am

Tue, Dec 28, 2021, 12:00am - Tue, Feb 1, 2022, 12:00am

EVERY MONDAY
(TUNE IN)

This month we’re talking with Michael Running Wolf (Northern Cheyenne, Lakota and Blackfeet), who is a former engineer for Amazon’s Alexa, and is an instructor at Northeastern University. He was raised with a grandmother who only spoke his tribal language, Cheyenne, which like many indigenous languages is near extinction.

By leveraging his advanced degree and professional engineering experience, Michael hopes to strengthen the ecology of thought represented by indigenous languages.

Organizer: New Mexico Humanities Council

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Telling Reflections of New Mexico with Dr. Estevan Rael-Gálvez

5 Dec 2021

This program will be in-person at St. John's United Methodist Church at 1200 Old Pecos Trail in Santa Fe, NM and on Zoom. Masks are required for all in-person attendees.

To register for the Zoom webinar click HERE. 

A native son of New Mexico and heir to its complex legacies, Dr. Estevan Rael-Gálvez is the former Senior Vice President at the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the former State Historian of New Mexico. Currently, he is the CEO of Creative Strategies 360° and is leading several research and writing initiatives, including directing the Manitos Community Memory Project and writing a book on American Indian slavery and its legacy. He will be sharing his reflections on New Mexico and the importance of storytelling on December 5 at 7 PM.

Presented by NM Listens, the New Mexico Humanities Council and the League of Women Voters of New Mexico - Santa Fe County local league. This program is made possible through the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities under their initiative "A More Perfect Union." 

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MANITOS COMMUNITY MEMORY PROJECT: REMEMBER AND REFLECT

1 Dec 2021

Introducing a free resource for classroom teachers, librarians and individuals to reflect on the personal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, while exploring archival information about the Spanish Flu pandemic and its impacts in northern New Mexico.

The deluxe package includes a boxed set of four issues with stickers and a bookmark with prompts for reflection.

These Cuadernos were created by Natasha Vasquez and Lily Padilla, students at the NMHU Media Arts program. Both Natasha and Lily will be available to conduct classroom programs to discuss how they approached interpreting the archival research and creating these Cuadernos. Learn more at: www.CCTNewMexico.org

Please fill out the form to express interest in requesting Cuadernos so we know how many to print. We will give first priority to classroom teachers and librarians.

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JOB OPENING: Program Associate and Speakers Bureau Manager

22 Nov 2021

Description of Position:
Under the general direction of the Executive Director, the Program Associate and Speakers Bureau Manager provides general management and administrative support to NMHC's staff and Board as needed; provides day-to-day management of NMHC’s key Speakers Bureau program; ensures proper record keeping; and assists as needed with reports, applications, events, and publications. Some in- and out-of-town travel is required and reliable transportation is essential. (READ MORE)

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