NM is Last or Near Last in Almost Everything. What you need to know about how easily this could be fixed. Also, a week full of action alerts. Much to do in Santa Fe almost every day this week. Check it out.
Also in today’s blog info on Monday’s Poor People’s Campaign Direct Action and a San Francisco innovation: transforming a public library into a library+public health+very-low-income rental housing, a clever model worth exploring in NM.
Tourists get free shuttle rides while low-income workers pay high fares for lousy service. Fare-free buses may be more feasible than you expect, a social and climate justice issue. Also today an innovative way to pay for a local safety net & a stirring video of a holocaust hero.
The post also includes news on a new Trujillo endorsement, New Orleans strategies applicable to Santa Fe’s short-term rental problems and a report on an extraordinary evening with Janene Yazzie and her husband Kern Colleymore.
Detroit started its process by identifying the needs of African American women & then the City went to those women and talked. What if Santa Fe had started with a similar premise on SFUAD? Also included a list of 7 terrible Trujillo votes.
Sometimes you need to dig deeply to get at the truth. Four hours later, a surprising update on MLG’s Volcker Act vote. Plus, today you get to listen to a taped conversation between a CO progressive and Dem leadership doing the DCCC dirty work. Disgusting.
Rodella vs. Herrera on the issues, more on the Santa Fe University of Art & Design, and a call for donations for Janene Yazzie, a heroic candidate for Public Regulation Commission.
Did you know that 250 Americans are evicted every hour. Did you know that the average age of a homeless person is 9? Today we report on the impact of evictions, a review of the Santa Fe SFUAD process and the five project designs advanced, and more on the crumbling Trump tyranny. Plus, a reprisal…
Black Lives Matter…or at least they should. Today, a gut wrenching tale of how little black lives really matter, an update on the Poor People’s Campaign training Saturday in ABQ, an update on a flawed SFUAD process and info on how you can nominate your favorite non-profit for a Pinon Award.
Bill McCamley house party & reception for 2 Public Regulation Commission candidates who could flip the PRC dramatically. PNM is terrified, come on the 9th to hear from Yazzie and Fischmann, find out who they are & why Retake so strongly supports them both. And if you want more inspiration: Community First! Village in Austin,…