Organization profiles

Albuquerque Indivisible is dedicated to opposing the Trump agenda by applying pressure to members of Congress. We emphasize calling and visiting their offices, participating in rallies and participating in town halls.

The Indigenous Training Collaborative‘s mission is to deliver meaningful adult learning experiences focused on complex, professional, and personal cultural issues.

New Mexico Food Allergy Support and Outreach currently meets once a month in Albuquerque or Santa Fe to give members a chance to share stories and provide support as well as community. We do not offer medical advice as we are a peer support group only, but we do have three volunteer medical advisors who are board certified allergists and we work with the national groups FARE and FAACT to stay up to date on evidence based practices and new research into life threatening food allergies. We hope you will join us! Call 505-414-9377 with any questions!

New Mexico Progressive Coalition is a coalition of members of a wide variety of progressive organizations and individuals working to make our government more progressive.

New Mexico Story Power aims to amplify and bring public attention to environmental issues in New Mexico, particularly social justice issues related to fracking and extraction industries. We access the power of art and personal narratives.

The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance is a grassroots organization dedicated to the protection, restoration, and continued enjoyment of New Mexico’s wildlands and wilderness areas. Founded in 1997, we achieve our mission through administrative protection, federal wilderness designation, and ongoing stewardship. Our organizing efforts span the state and involve many diverse groups, including ranchers, sportsmen, land grants, acequia communities, tribal and religious leaders, scientists, youth, and community leaders.

Nonviolent Action New Mexico envisions a New Mexico where needed societal and political change happens in a constructive, unifying, and effective manner. The organization’s mission is to provide training on strategic nonviolent action and to facilitate collaboration among organizations across New Mexico.

ProgressNow New Mexico is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots communications and advocacy organization working to unite, empower, and enhance the progressive voice in the Land of Enchantment. We function as a progressive communications hub and our mission centers on the promotion of progressive issues and policies, correcting conservative misinformation, and holding elected officials and corporations accountable. ProgressNow New Mexico is a proud member of the national ProgressNow network of organizations.

RESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed everyday people. We use our voices to influence political decisions that will bring an end to poverty. Volunteers receive training, support, and inspiration to become skilled advocates. We learn to effectively advise policy makers, guiding them towards decisions that improve access to education, health, and economic opportunity. We are backed by the in-depth research and legislative expertise of staff in Washington D.C.

The San Juan Collaborative for Health Equity’s purpose is to work with rural and metropolitan communities that are impacted by social, economic and health disparities stemming from environmental racism, lack of unity or apathy in tribal and urban communities and in working together in addressing issues of the disadvantaged Native Americans/Navajos/Dine’. The SJCHE has priority community engagement projects to include: Homeless Task Force; Race Healing; Dine’ Food Sovereignty; Dine’ Youth; and the impacts of environmental fracking. Hazel James, a full blood Diné woman, serves as the San Juan Coordinator. She works with community advocates who address; Social Justice, Racial Justice, Environmental and Health Justice issues. She actively engages communities in the use of Indigenous Knowledge of Hozhoogo na ada Research and Evaluation epistemology & pedagogy with scholars/professors/elders.

Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) is a national network of organizations and individuals organizing white people for racial justice. Its aims are anti-racism, ending white supremacy, educating, and organizing white folks to fight racism in white communities.

The Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club is a volunteer-led organization representing more than 7,000 members in New Mexico and West Texas. Our mission to is to explore, enjoy, and protect the planet. We prioritize action on protecting our climate, clean air, clean water, and conservation of wildlife and public lands in New Mexico and West Texas.

Sierra Student Coalition is a youth-generated support and action group addressing local issues within the Rio Grande area and geared toward student involvement by encouraging young people to have a voice in the environmental issues they face.

Storytellers of New Mexico uses narrative to move people to action.

The Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico is a community-based organization serving the transgender community in New Mexico.

WildEarth Guardians protects and restores the wildlife, wild places, wild rivers, and the health of the American West. The organization envisions a world where wildlife and wild places are respected and valued and our world is sustainable for all beings.

Young Women United is focused on policy change, community organizing, leadership development, and culture shift by and for young women of color in New Mexico. We work alongside LGBTQ youth of color across a range of issues areas including improving access to reproductive health, access to midwifery models of care, education equity for young parents, de-criminializng substance use and pregnancy through criminal justice reform, and de-stigmatizing mental health.

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