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CELEBRANDO NUESTRO HERENCIA
2014
CELEBRANDO
NUESTRO
HERENCIA
Hispanic Heritage Month Calendar of Events
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Presented by: The Hispanic Heritage Month Committee
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done by:
The Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
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Hispanic Heritage Month 2014
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
September 15 - October 15, 2014
Chile and Belize also celebrate their independence days
during this period and Columbus Day (Día de la Raza) is
October 12.
During National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15
to October 15) we recognize the contributions made and the
important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to
the United States and celebrate the group’s heritage and
culture. Hispanics have had a profound and positive influence
on our country through their strong commitment to family, faith, hard work, and service. They have enhanced and
shaped our national character with centuries-old traditions
that reflect the multiethnic and multicultural customs of
their community.
The term Hispanic or Latino, refers to Puerto Rican, South
or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin
regardless of race. On the 2010 Census form, people of
Spanish, Hispanic and/or Latino origin could identify
themselves as Mexican, Mexican American, Chicano,
Puerto Rican,
Cuban, or “another Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin.”
IN NEW MEXICO
FUN FACTS
According to this Census, 50.5 million people or 16% of
the population are of Hispanic or Latino origin. This represents a significant increase from 2000, which registered
Hispanic Heritage Month, whose roots go back to 1968,
the Hispanic population at 35.3 million or 13% of the total
begins each year on September 15, the anniversary of inde- U.S. population.
pendence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Source: http://www.hispanicheritagemonth.org/
Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. Mexico,
http://www.pewhispanic.org/states/state/nm/
Total Hispanic Population in New Mexico
Hispanics as Percent of State Population
Hispanics as Percent of U.S. Hispanic Population 1.9%
Native-Born Hispanics (Percent of Hispanics)
Foreign-Born Hispanics (Percent of Hispanics)
Mexican Origin (Percent of Hispanics)
Non-Mexican Origin (Percent of Hispanics)
Population: 53 million. The Hispanic population of the United States as of
July 1, 2012, making people of Hispanic origin the nation’s largest ethnic or
race minority. Hispanics constituted 17 percent of the nation’s total population. In addition, there are 3.7 million residents of Puerto Rico, a U.S.
territory.
Source: American FactFinder: United States factfinder2.census.gov andwww.
census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-04.pdf
972,000
47%
83%
17%
63%
37%
2.2% Percentage increase in the Hispanic population
between 2011 and 2012.
Source: 2012 Population Estimates National Characteristics: Population by Sex, Race,
and Hispanic origin <http://www.census.gov/popest/data/national/asrh/2012/index.
html>
http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/35000.html
Hispanic or Latino, percent, 2012 (b)
Hispanic-owned firms, percent, 2007
47.0%
23.6%
128.8 million: The projected Hispanic population of the United States in
2060. According to this projection, the Hispanic population will constitute 31
percent of the nation’s population by that date.
Source: Population Projections <http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/
archives/population/cb08-123.html>
35.3 million: The number of Hispanics counted during the 2000 Census.
Source: The Hispanic Population: 2010 www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/
briefs/c2010br-04.pdf>
HISPANIC HERITAGE COMMITTEE
ABOUT: Leaders from over 50 local, state and national Hispanic, education, government, civic, military and business organizations have formed an alliance to collaborate and celebrate
Hispanic Heritage Month.
MISSION: Our Mission is To promote and preserve Hispanic Heritage by coordinating local and statewide events that
promote our Hispanic culture.
DESCRIPTION: We are an open committee serving the Albuquerque Hispanic Community.
The Hispanic Heritage Committee
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Hispanic Heritage Month 2014
CELEBRATING OUR HERITAGE!
On behalf of the Hispanic Heritage Committee,
We would like to invite the community in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 through October 15. The Hispanic
Heritage committee (HHC) was established in 2007 to coordinate and highlight Hispanic Heritage Month events that are being offered by city
and state-wide organizations. This is our eight year together that committee meets on a monthly basis. Many organizations have incorporated
programming during the month to educate and engage all generations on heritage, traditions, and practices focused on the contributions that
Hispanics have made to American society in the areas of fine arts, education, veteran affairs, business, government and health care. The goal of
the HHMC is to promote and preserve Hispanic culture for present and future generations. It is through these events that we hope to continue
the traditions and spirit that adds to our unique history, language and legacy.
The month-long events will begin with a press-conference kickoff event on Friday, September 5, at 10 a.m. in Old Town Plaza. Mayor Richard
Berry will host the event and the organizations represented on the HHMC, along with invited speakers that represent our vibrant diverse
community. A calendar listing the month long events will be unveiled. Most events are open and free to the public. Please help us support the
many activities that are listed.
On a final note, we would like to thank the many organizations that are working together to provide a unified effort to create educational and
informational opportunities. We would also like to extend a special Gracias to MAS New Mexico who is our official media sponsor, and the
Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce that serves as our backbone organization providing ongoing support to HHMC. It is through
both their commitment we are able to work toward offering and publicizing a series of events throughout the state.
Join us in the many celebrations!
Celestina GarciaDr. Jennifer Gomez-Chavez
Co-Chair of 2014 Hispanic Heritage Month Committee
Co-Chair of the 2014 Hispanic Heritage Month Committee
¡CELEBRANDO NUESTRA HERENCIA!
A nombre del Comité del Mes de la Herencia Hispana,
Se extiende una atenta invitación a la comunidad a celebrar el Mes de la Herencia Hispana del 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre. La Comisión
del Mes de la Herencia Hispana (HHMC por sus siglas en inglés) fue establecida en el 2014 para coordinar y destacar los eventos que ofrecen las
organizaciones en la ciudad y el estado durante el Mes de la Herencia Hispana. Muchas organizaciones están dedicados a celebrar todo lo que
los hispanos han contribuido a la sociedad estadounidense en el terreno de las bellas artes, la educación, los veteranos de guerra, los negocios,
al gobierno y cuidado médico. La meta del HHMC es promover y conservar la cultura hispana para las generaciones del presente y futuro. Con
estos eventos, esperamos prolongar las tradiciones y el espíritu que contribuye a nuestra historia, idioma y legitimidad.
Los eventos durarán un mes entero. El lanzamiento será el viernes 5 de septiembre a las 10 a.m. con una rueda de prensa en el Old Town Plaza.
El evento será presentado por el Acalde Richard Berry y las organizaciones representadas por el HHMC. Un calendario con una lista de todos
los eventos del mes será anunciado. La mayoría de los eventos son gratis y abiertos al público.
Para concluir, quisiéramos agradecer a las numerosas organizaciones que trabajan juntas esforzándose para crear oportunidades educativas e
informativas. También, quisiéramos ofrecer un especial GRACIAS a Más New Mexico, nuestro patrocinador oficial de prensa, y a Albuquerque
Hispano Chamber of Commerce por su dedicación, gracias a ellos podemos hacer público todos de estos eventos en el estado.
¡Únansenos en las diferentes celebraciones!
Celestina GarciaDr. Jennifer Gomez-Chavez
Presidenta de la Comisión del Mes de la Herencia Hispana del 2014
Presidenta de la Comisión del Mes de la Herencia Hispana del 2014
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HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH CALENDAR OF EVENTS
S E P T E M B E R
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National Hispanic Cultural Center—Exhibit: Getting Up
Pa’l Pueblo: Tagging ASAR- Oaxaca Prints and Stencils
Qué: Getting Up Pa ‘l Pueblo: Tagging ASAR-Oaxaca Prints and Stencils features block prints and
stencils from the ASARO (Assembly of Revolutionary Artists of Oaxaca) collection in the University of New Mexico’s College of University Libraries
and Learning Science, Zimmerman Library, Center
for Southwest Research and Special Collections
(CSWR). “Getting up” is slang for posting and
applying images in public places; generally, the
expression refers to street art. ASARO is a contemporary Mexican artists’ collective working in block
prints, stencils, and graffiti murals. The group was
formed in 2006 after riot police repressed annual
teachers’ demonstrations in the state capital of
Oaxaca. In a localized adaptation of ASARO’s commitment to visual and verbal exchange, museum
visitors can participate by physically “tagging” the
art works as they view them or virtually labeling
them on the exhibit webpage asaro.unm.edu/exhibit. These labels will be collected and digitized,
eventually becoming a permanent part of the
CSWR collection at UNM.
Getting Up Pa’l Pueblo is curated by Dr. Suzanne
M. Schadl, Latin American Collections Curator,
College of University Libraries and Learning
Science, UNM and Mike Graham de la Rosa,
Curatorial Intern, NHCC and Master’s candidate
in Latin American Studies, UNM, and is dedicated
to the memory of UNM Distinguished Professor of
Art History David Craven (1951-2012).
Cuándo: Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dónde: Art Museum
Más Info: http://www.nationalhispaniccenter.org or
(505) 246-2261
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National Hispanic Cultural Center—Exhibit: ¡Papel!
Pico, Rico y Chico
Qué: An ephemeral genre of popular art, papel
picado (cut, perforated, or punched paper) is best
known as a traditional Mexican art form. Papel
picado is typically used to festoon celebrations,
altares, churches, and other public or devotional
spaces in Mexico; it is not unusual to see strings of
papel picado banners crisscrossing streets in towns
and cities throughout the country. As an accessible
and affordable material, paper has been used for
centuries In Latin American, Hispanic, and Latino
communities to create beauty in everyday life. In
New Mexico, ramilletas (layered floral garlands)
are created from scraps of newspapers and magazines for festive occasions. These same materials
are also cut out in designs and used to line and
decorate shelves and trasteros (cupboards or cabinets). Using a popular art form and re-contextualizing it to represent contemporary identity and
fluidity is one of the acknowledged characteristics
of Hispano, Chicano, and Latino art. There is also
precedent in Mexican and Latino art history for
using papel picado as a vehicle for cultural critique. Carmen Lomas Garza is widely recognized
as one of the first artists who intentionally chose
paper cut-outs to depict stories of her childhood,
her family, and the racial prejudice experienced by
Mexican Americans in Texas.
Cuándo: Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dónde: Art Museum
Más Info: http://www.nationalhispaniccenter.org or
(505) 246-2261
Sandia National Laboratories Hispanic Leadership
Outreach Committee Youth Art Contest
Qué: The theme is, “Hispanics: A legacy of history,
a present of action, and a future of success”. Prizes will be awarded for paintings, drawings,
and photographs in elementary, middle, and high
school categories. Entry deadline for all artwork
is September 22nd. To ensure entries arrive on time
for the judging, students are encouraged to mail
their entry no later than Friday, Sept. 5th.
Cuándo: Suggested Entry Mailing deadline/fecha
límite para solicitar: September 22th.
Más Info: Erin Akinnikawe, http://www.aps.edu/
staff/weekly-announcements/hispanic-heritageyouth-art-contest
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Hispanic Heritage Month kick-off & press conference
Lanzamiento y rueda de prensa del Mes de la Herencia Hispana
Qué: Join Mayor Richard Berry and the Hispanic
Heritage Committee for the kick-off of Hispanic
Heritage Month. Entertainment, food and a
month-long calendar of events will be available.
Únase al acalde Richard Berry y al Comité de la
Herencia Hispana para el lanzamiento del Mes
de la Herencia Hispana. Habrá entretenimiento,
comida y un calendario con los eventos que se
ofrecerán durante el mes.
Cuándo: 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Entertainment, Santeros
10 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Press Conference
11:00 a.m. – 8 p.m. A variety of Hispanic
Entertainers will perform throughout Old Town
Dónde: Old Town Plaza in Albuquerque
Más Info: Jennifer Montano (505) 505.842.9003 ext.
138 or Jennifer Gomez-Chavez (505) 277-7763
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Sparx and Lorenzo Antonio Scholarship Concert
Qué: Beginning in 2001, Sparx and Lorenzo
Antonio have held a yearly concert in order to
raise funds and to create awareness for their
Scholarship. Not only will Sparx and Lorenzo
Antonio be performing, but the legendary PAUL
RODRIGUEZ will be there as well!
Come and join the fun!
Cuándo: 8:00pm
Dónde: Sandia Resort and Casino
Tickets: $50-$75, available now at Ticketmaster and
at the Sandia Casino box office.Más Info: http://
sparxlorenzoantonio.org/about-us/the-concert/
SAT, SEPTEMBER 6 & SUN, SEPTEMBER 7
Bike MS: Pedal Los Pueblos presented by Sam’s Club
Qué: More than 150 miles of picturesque Northern New Mexico, passing through five of the
Eight Northern Pueblos. The Sunday route will
include an out-and-back of approximately 7.5
miles each way, either to the Puye Cliff Dwellings
or to Truchas. The routes include fully-stocked
rest stops every 10-12 miles on both days. Relax,
hydrate, have a snack, use the restroom, check in
with a mechanic, re-apply sunscreen, and enjoy
the volunteers at these oases. Finish with a banquet
celebration under the big top on Saturday and
barbecue on Sunday. We start, finish and overnight
from the beautiful Cities of Gold Hotel & Casino
in Pojoaque, New Mexico.
Cuándo: Start time 7:00 a.m.
Dónde: 10 Cities of Gold Road - Santa Fe, NM
87506
Más Info: Office: 505-243-2698 Toll Free: 1-800344-4867 - Press 2 at the prompt
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Pauline Armijo Scholarship Fund 10th Annual Benefit
Tournament
Qué: The fund provides scholarships to enhance
the education of numerous non-traditional
Hispanic women entering the education field by
providing scholarships through a partnership
with Las Mujeres.
El décimo Torneo Benéfico Anual para el Fondo
Becario de Pauline Armijo: el fondo provee becas
para mejorar el aprendizaje de mujeres hispanas
no tradicionales que están iniciando la carrera
de educación, y provee becas a través de una
asociación con la organización Las Mujeres.
Cuándo: 10 a.m.
Shotgun Start at Noon $120 per player
Dónde: Paa-ko Ridge Golf Club, Sandia Park
Más Info: Melissa Armijo (505) 903-4571
[email protected]
*They are also look hole sponsors
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OPENING DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 11:00 AM - Folklorico del Valle, 1:30 PM Folklorico del Valle, 2:30 PM - Samuel D Band
4:00 PM - Invicto Norteno, 5:45 PM - Kenny
Medina, 7:30 PM - Donna Christine
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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OIL & GAS DAY
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 10:15 AM - Baila Baila, 11:00 AM - Los
Amigos, 1:30 PM - Los Alegres De Belen, 2:45 PM
- Tierra Fina Band, 4:00 PM - Danny Boy, 5:30
PM - Encanto, 7:00 PM - Candace Vargas, 8:30
PM - Natajja
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce Hispanic
Heritage Luncheon
Qué: 2014 AHCC Hispanic Heritage Luncheon
Keynote Speaker Alisa Valdés-Rodriguez joins
us for this festive event. Tickets are $40 per
person, $400 for a table of ten.
Cuándo: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Dónde: Crown Plaza, 1901 University Blvd NE,
Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 884-2500
Más Info: Rebecca Sanchez (505) 842-9003 – Pay
online www.ahcnm.org
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National MS Society Legislative Reception in Las Cruces
Qué: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society and
New Mexico Government Relations Committee
would like to invite individuals living with MS to
attend a reception on September 10th in honor of
the Legislative Health & Human Services Committee.
This is an excellent opportunity to meet some of
your legislators and thank them for their work on
health care issues that are important for New Mexican families who are affected by MS. In addition,
you can connect with others from your community
and learn more about the role of an MS Activist.
Cuándo: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Dónde: De La Vega’s Pecan Grill & Brewery
500 S Telshor Blvd
Las Cruces, NM 88011Más Info:
Más Info: Call 1-800-344-4867
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LAW ENFORCEMENT DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 10:15 AM - Los Primos, 11:15 AM Dance, 12:15 PM - Mariachi Nacional de Nuevo
Mexico, 1:15 PM - Conjunto El Gato Negro, 2:15
PM - Baile Espanol de Santa Fe, 3:15 PM - Kevin
Michael, 4:30 PM - Atrisco Heritage 4:30-5:00, 5:00
PM - ABQ High 5:00-5:30, 5:45 PM - Crossroads,
7:30 PM - Ana Maria
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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¡Cine Magnífico!
Qué: Instituto Cervantes, Spain Arts & Culture &
the National Hispanic Cultural Center are proud
to celebrate Spanish and Latin American Culture
through its second annual Albuquerque Latino
Film Festival ¡Cine Magnífico!
Ticket prices: Individual tickets are $10 per film,
$8 for students and seniors. And there is a $5
Family Matinee at 11:00am on Saturday, September 13th for the children’s film, Anina. A 4-movie
punch card is available for $30, and a Full Festival
Pass is $50. And be sure to join us for tapas and a
cash bar at the Opening Night Fiesta
Cuando: 5:30pm on Friday, September 12th Dónde: Disney Center for Performing Arts
Más Info: (505) 724-4771
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5:30pm - Opening Night Fiesta with tapas and cash
bar, 7:00pm - Spanish Affair / 8 Apellidos Vascos,
9:15pm -The Lock Charmer / El Cerrajero
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
11:00am - Anina (children‘s film), 2:00pm - School
Days / Días de Clase, 4:30pm - The Golden Dream
/ La Jaula del Oro, 8:00pm - My Straight Son / Azul
y No Tan Rosa
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El Grito presented by the Consul of Commerce Mexican
Indepencence Celebration
Qué: An annual celebration of the Mexican Independence of Mexico. Live music, Mexican cuisine,
and dancers.
Cuándo: 4 p.m – 9 p. m.
Dónde: Ragle Park in Santa Fe, NM – (Park for free
at Santa Fee high school – 2100 Yucca Street – free
shuttle service)
Más Info: [email protected] or call
(505) 247-2147
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PARADE DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 11:00 AM - Folk/Mis Suenos, 12:15 PM
- Antonio Reyna con Mariachi, 1:30 PM - Grupo
Impresion, 2:45 PM - Chimayo Boyzz, 4:00 PM
- Miguel Timoteo, 5:45 PM - Blue Ventures, 8:30
PM - Gonzalo
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 12:15 PM - Ballet En Fuego, 1:30 PM Dave Gomez, 2:45 PM - Ernestine Romero, 4:00
PM - Cuarenta Y Cinco, 5:30 PM - Juntos Unidos,
7:30 PM - Tanya Griego
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice.
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John Donald Robb Musical Trust:
Qué: ¡Música del Corazón: A Celebration of
Nuevomexicano Music! This concert honors the
contributions of John Donald Robb, Sr., former
dean of the University of New Mexico’s College
of Fine Arts and a recognized music pioneer. The
2014 concert, “¡¡Música del Corazón: A Celebration of Nuevomexicano Music!!,” features performances by musicians of all ages who are linked to the
Robb legacy.
Cuándo: 2 PM
Dónde: Wells Fargo Auditorium
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Consúl of Commerce Mexican Independence
Celebration
Qué: An annual celebration of the Mexican
Independence in New Mexico. Live music,
Mexican cuisine, traditional dances and the
Civil Ceremony of “El Grito” are the essentials
of the event. Join Consul Titular Mauricio
Ibarra and the Mexican community in New
Mexico in a wonderful celebration that occurs
simultaneously in Mexico City and all the
Mexican Consulates and Embassies around the world.
Cuándo: 6 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Dónde: MRC/City of Santa Fe, 205 Caja del Rio,
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Más Info: Lee Wong-Medina (505) 765-7606
http://www.sre.gob.mx/albuquerque/
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Mexican Independence Day Celebration
Qué: Celebrating Mexico’s Independence with live
music and entertainment. Free
Cuándo: 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Dónde: Civic Plaza, Downtown Albuquerque
Más Info: Jesus Martinez (505) 340-1960
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10th Annual Salsa Festival
Qué: 10th Annual Salsa Fiesta. A fun time for all!
This year’s event expands to the Plaza, where the
competition for “Best Salsa” will be featured, for
members of the general public who will compete in
the “Best Homemade Salsa” event.
Cuándo: 12:00 p.m. - 8 p.m. - with Headliner:
Charanga del Valle Salsa Band
Dónde: Old Town Albuquerque
Más Info: For more information call: 768-3561 or
311 or visit www.cabq.gov
S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 1 3 La plática bajo la resolana with the Hispanic Education
Act Advisory Council (HEAC)
Qué: Organizations, educational institutions,
businesses, policy makers, etc are invited to be
strategic partners in the important work of the
Hispanic Education Act (HEA). This is a work
session to develop a five year plan for HEA that
guides educational leaders and policy makers in
making needed educational reform decisions on
policy, program and resources. To register please
go to http://www.formstack.com/forms/dlenm-heac_registration
Cuándo: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Dónde: Double Tree Hotel
201 Marquette NW, Downtown Albuquerque
Más Info: For more information email [email protected]
dlenm.org
T-Mobile Hiring Event
Qué: T-Mobile is seeking individuals to hire.
Come learn about employment opportunities.
Cuándo: 10am – 1pm
Dónde: 5421 Jefferson St NE 87109
Más Info: Amanda Armenta - (505) 843-2042
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SENIOR CELEBRATION DAY
HEALTHY LIVING DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 10:45 AM - Bailadores De Oro, 11:15 AM
- Sociedad Dance, 12:15 PM – Marcha, 12:45 PM Chile Bean Express, 2:00 PM - Samuel D, 3:15 PM
- Conjunto el Gato Negro, 4:30 PM - Legacy of SF,
5:45 PM Brown Sugar, 7:30 PM - Los Garrapatas
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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PATHWAY TO CAREERS & COLLEGES DAY
ENVIRONMENT APPRECIATION DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 11:00 AM - Ana con Mariachi, 12:00 PM
Mary K. Miranda, 1:15 PM - Los Primos, 2:30 PM
Invicto Norteno de Miguelito Romero, 3:45 PM
Carlos Medina, 5:00 PM - Ritmo 4, 6:15 PM
Campeones Del Desierto, 7:30 PM - Grupo Control
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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MILITARY/VETERANS CELEBRATION DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 11:00 AM - Los Amigos, 12:00 PM Mariachi, 1:30 PM - Mariachi Nacional de Nuevo
Mexico, 2:30 PM Grupo Rico, 4:00 PM - Los
Chavos, 5:45 PM - Kevn Michael
7:30 PM - Rhythm Divine
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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UNM Main Campus Noontime Events
Qué: UNM Student Activities and the Hispanic
Heritage Committee of Albuquerque present
programming sponsored by the Office of the Vice
President for Student Affairs, UNM, HHC and
LULAC Youth Council.
UNM Student Activities y HHC presentarán
programaciónes que están patrocinada por la
Oficina del Vicepresidente de Asuntos Estudiantiles,
UNM, HHC, y el Consejo Juvenil de LULAC.
Cuándo: 12 – 1 p.m.
Dónde: Student Union Building (SUB) Atrium,
UNM Main Campus, Albuquerque
Más Info: Jennifer Gomez-Chavez (505) 277-1723
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S U N D AY, S E P T E M B E R 1 4
2:00pm - Bad Hair / Pelo Malo, 5:00pm - New
Mexican Short Films, 7:00pm - We are the Nobles /
Nosotros los Nobles
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NEW MEXICO TRUE DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 12:00 PM - Mariachi Nuevo Sonido, 2:30 PM
- Marty G Band, 4:00 PM - Baila Baila, 5:45 PM
Simpatico, 7:30 PM - Black Pearl
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://
exponm.com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
F R I DAY, S E P T E M B E R 1 9
2014 AHCC Hispanic Heritage Month Golf Classic
Qué: Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
Golf Classic. Annual Golf Tournament proceeds
benefit the AHCC Educational Scholarship
Program. Businesses have the opportunity to be an
event sponsor, team sponsor or hole sponsor.
$150.00 Single Player,
$600 Foursome.
Cuándo: 9 a.m.
Dónde: Cochiti Golf Club 5200 Cochiti Hwy
Cochiti Lake, NM 87083 • (505) 465-2239
Más Info: http://www.ahcnm.org/events.aspx or
(505) 842-9003
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FIREFIGHTERS DAY/SMOKEY BEAR DAY
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 10:15 PM - Mariachi Nacional de Nuevo
Mexico, 11:00 AM - Baila Baila, 12:15 PM - Los
Primos, 1:30 PM - Dickie Cordova Y La Pleve, 2:45
PM - Amber Anaya & Jagg, 4:00 PM - Los Chavos,
5:30 PM - Red Wine,
7:00 PM - Northern 505, 8:30 PM - Sangre Joven
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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¡Globalquerque!
Qué: New Mexico’s Tenth Annual Celebration of
World Music and Culture, returns to the NHCC
with three stages of music from five continents
over two nights. Performers in 2014 include the
Afro-Cuban All Stars, Calypso Rose, Los Texmaniacs, and Robert “Tree” Cody & Native Wisdom
Dance Theatre.
Ticket prices: $42 adults, $19 children day of show;
discounts for two-day passes
Cuándo: 4 PM
Dónde: NHCC Campus
S AT U R DAY, S E P T E M B E R 2 0
Unidos Project Community Resource Fair
Qué: Are you looking for ways to help yourself
and your family? Join educational institutions,
community organizations and services to receive
resources about Education, Health & Career
opportunities! Free and open to the public. Lunch
will be provided.
Cuándo: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Dónde: West Mesa high school
Más Info: Unidos.unm.edu or call Lorena Blanco-Silva at (505) 277.1238
S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 0
Qué: New Mexico State Fair – Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 10:15 AM - Los Tapatio’s, 11:00 AM Mariachi Tradicional, 12:15 PM - Baile Illusion,
1:30 PM Mariachi Mystery Tour, 3:00 PM - Grupo
Mizterio, 4:30 PM - Severo y Grupo Fuego, 6:00
PM - Darren Cordova, 8:30 PM - Ana Maria y
Los Chavos
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 0
2014 MARAVILLA: UNA NOCHE EN BRAZIL
Qué: This is the largest event of the year for the
National Hispanic Cultural Center. It also is its
more important fund raising event of the year. This
year marks the 10th anniversary of the NHCC
and there will be special events to go along with
the evening gala. There is a reception and silent
auction as part of the festivities. Their signature
annual fundraiser, Maravilla: Una Noche en Brasil.
Featuring live Brazilian music, cuisine, dance and
martial arts.
Este es el mayor evento del año organizado por el
Centro nacional de Cultur Hispana. También es el
evento de recaudación de fondos más importante
del año. Este año marca el 10mo aniversario del
NHCC y habrá eventos especiales junto con la
gala de la noche. Habrá una recepción y subasta
silenciosa en el marco de las festividades.
Ticket prices: $150 each
Cuándo: 6 pm - midnight
Dónde: Hotel Albuquerque
800 Rio Grande Blvd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
Más Info: www.nhccnm.org or (505) 246-2261 ext. 189
Cuándo: General Hours of Operation are 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Sunday thru Thursday; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday
S AT U R D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 0
“Reaching for the Stars”--Supporting our Local Teen’s
Dreams to Careers Program.
Qué: Rising stars in the Southwest, a non-profit
organization celebrates 3rd year with a Spanish
themed fundraiser at the Governor’s mansion.”Hispanic
youth leadership day” will be recognized and celebrated
during the fundraising event also.
Ticket info: $50 Tickets may be purchased thorugh
website: www.RisingStarsSouthwest.org, as well as
AlphaGraphics and The Spanish Table (only cash
and checks will be accepted at these two locations).
Purchased tickets are available until September 17th
or until sold out, and are not available at the door.
Cuándo: 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Dónde: New Mexico Governor’s Mansion in Santa Fe
Más Info: Roy B. Martinez ,[email protected]
com ,505.216.6049-office, 505.515.1387-mobile
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Qué: New Mexico State Fair - Villa Hispana
Cuándo: 10:00 AM - Los Primos, 11:00 AM , Baile
Espanol de Santa Fe, 12:15 PM, Trio Los Gallos
1:30 PM Dwayne Ortega Band, 2:45 PM - Los
Garrapatas, 4:00 PM - Preston Garza, 5:30 PM Abel Lucero, 7:30 PM - Johnny Sanchez
Dónde: Villa Hispana, Expo NM
Más Info: Expo NM, 505-222-9700, http://exponm.
com/things-to-do/villa-hispana-schedule/
*Artists and times subject to change without notice
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UNM Main Campus Noontime Events
Qué: UNM Student Activities and the Hispanic
Heritage Committee of Albuquerque present
programming sponsored by the Office of the Vice
President for Student Affairs, UNM, HHC and
LULAC Youth Council.
UNM Student Activities y La Comité de
Herencia Hispana de Albuquerque presentarán
programaciónes que están patrocinada por
la Oficina del Vicepresidente de Asuntos
Estudiantiles, UNM, HHC, y el Consejo Juvenil de
LULAC.
Cuándo: 12 – 1 p.m.
Dónde: Student Union Building (SUB) Atrium,
UNM Main Campus, Albuquerque
Más Info: Jennifer Gomez-Chavez (505) 277-1723
T H U R S D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 5
“ENCARNACIÓN VÁZQUEZ & ALEJANDRO BARRAÑON CONCERT”
Qué: LATIN AMERICAN CONCERT AND
SPEAKER SERIES AT UNIVERSITY OF NEW
MEXICO
Cuándo: 6:30 pm
Dónde: Keller Hall at UNM Center for the Arts,
1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
87131
Más Info: http://lamc.unm.edu
THURS-SUN, SEPTEMBER 25-28
Siembra: Latino Theatre Festival
Qué: When the Stars Trembled in Río Puerco: An
oral history play based on the work of folk historian Nasario García, adapted and directed by
Shebana Coelho, and presenting vivid recuerdos of
life in four ranching communities—now ghost
towns—south of Cuba, NM in the 1920s through
the 1950s. Co-presented by Recuerdos Vivos New
Mexico and Teatro Paraguas. Cuándo: 7:30 PM Thursday-Saturday, 2 PM Sunday
Dónde: Albuquerque Journal Theatre NHCC
An oral history play based on the work of folk
historian Nasario García, adapted and directed by
Shebana Coelho, and presenting vivid recuerdos of
life in four ranching communities—now ghost
towns—south of Cuba, NM in the 1920s through
the 1950s. Co-presented by Recuerdos Vivos New
Mexico and Teatro Paraguas. cies and institutions will be on hand to provide
information about the services they offer. Types of
participating agencies include: Scholarship Organizations, UNM Services, Program and Transfer
Information, Law Resources, Student Success Organizations, Counseling Services, Transportation
Services, Tutoring Services, Bilingual Education
Programs, GED and ESL information, Job Connection Services, and much more.
Cuándo: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Dónde: Student Services Bldg, CNM Main Campus,
Albuquerque
Más Info: Nancy Valenzuela (505) 224-4000 ext. 51578.
F R I D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 6
Youth Development Incorporated Charity Golf Classic
Qué: The Youth Development Incorporated (YDI)
Charity Golf Classic was established to provide
much needed support for the educational and
social service programs. Part of a nationally
recognized organization, YDI provides
educational, developmental and humanitarian
assistance to thousands of children, youth and
families in central and northern New Mexico.
El Clásico Benéfico de Golf de Youth
Development Incorporated (YDI) se estableció
con la meta de proveer el apoyo necesario a los
programas de enseñanza y de servicio social.
Como parte de una organización conocido
a nivel nacional, YDI provee asistencia de
enseñanza, desarollo y humanitaria a miles
de niños, jóvenes y familias en las regiones
central y norte de Nuevo México.
Cuándo: 7:30 a.m. registration
Dónde: Four Hills Country Club
Más Info: Michelle Luna (505) 212-7440
F R I D AY, S E P T E M B E R 2 6
2nd Annual Job Fair presented by Senator Jacob
Candelaira
Qué: Come to apply for Job opportunities. In
addition, this year college counselors and job
training program representatives will be available
with information about higher education opportunities, and financing. Individuals can register for
Medicaid at this event, if they qualify.
Cuándo: 11:00 a.m. Dónde: West Mesa Community Center in Albuquerque
Más Info: email Senator Candelaria at [email protected]
SEPTEMBER 27 TO JANUARY 18, 2015
EXHIBIT “MIGUEL COVARRUBIAS: DRAWING A
COSMOPOLITAN LINE” AT GEORGIA O’KEEFFE
MUSEUM
Qué: Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, in collaboration
with the Consulate of Mexico in Albuquerque are
organizing a cultural project featuring a “Miguel
Covarrubias: Drawing a Cosmopolitan Line” from
September 27th, 2014 to January 18th, 2015
Cuándo: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Dónde: Georgia O’Keeffe Museum - 217 Johnson
Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Más Info: www.okeeffemuseum.org
M O N DAY, S E P T E M B E R 2 9
Unidos Project Hispanic Education Legislative Summit
Qué: Join Unidos Project members, New Mexico
Legislators and community members for a discussion on Hispanic Education in New Mexico. Help
to craft legislative priorities on Hispanic Education
during this upcoming 2015 legislature.
Cuándo: 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Dónde: CNM Workforce Training Center
Más Info: Unidos.unm.edu or call Lorena Blanco-Silva at (505) 277.1238
O C T O B E R
W E D N E S D AY, O C T O B E R 1
UNM Main Campus Noontime Events
Qué: UNM Student Activities and the Hispanic
Heritage Committee of Albuquerque present
programming sponsored by the Office of the Vice
President for Student Affairs, UNM, HHC and
LULAC Youth Council.
UNM Student Activities y La Comité de
Herencia Hispana de Albuquerque presentarán
programaciónes que están patrocinada por
la Oficina del Vicepresidente de Asuntos
Estudiantiles, UNM, HHC, y el Consejo Juvenil de
LULAC.
Cuándo: 12 – 1 p.m.
Dónde: Student Union Building (SUB) Atrium,
UNM Main Campus, Albuquerque
Más Info: Jennifer Gomez-Chavez (505) 277-1723
W E D N E S D AY, O C T O B E R 1
Central New Mexico Community College
Qué: Central New Mexico Community College
and the Hispanic Heritage Task Team/Nuestra
Gente will host its second Hispanic Student Success Resource Fair. CNM Hispanic students and
all students can learn about internal CNM student
resources as well as community resources that
support Hispanic student success. Representatives
from CNM and local community resource agen-
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S AT U R D AY, O C T O B E R 4 –
S U N D AY, O C T O B E R 5
San Felipe de Neri –12th Annual Santero Market
Qué: Food, Music, Dance and Religious Arts &
Crafts all day around the Historic Old Town Plaza
area. Cultural Performances at the Gazebo.
Cuándo: 12:00 7:00pm
Dónde: Old Town Plaza
Más Info: For more information call: 768-3561 or
311 or visit www.cabq.gov
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UNM Main Campus Noontime Events
Qué: UNM Student Activities and the Hispanic
Heritage Committee of Albuquerque present
programming sponsored by the Office of the Vice
President for Student Affairs, UNM, HHC and
LULAC Youth Council.
UNM Student Activities y La Comité de
Herencia Hispana de Albuquerque presentarán
programaciónes que están patrocinada por la
Oficina del Vicepresidente de Asuntos Estudiantiles,
UNM, HHC, y el Consejo Juvenil de LULAC.
Cuándo: 12 – 1 p.m.
Dónde: Student Union Building (SUB) Atrium,
UNM Main Campus, Albuquerque
Más Info: Jennifer Gomez-Chavez (505) 277-1723
F R I D AY, O C T O B E R 1 0
New Mexico Music Series: SD20 Concert
Qué: An Evening with Soul Divine
A one-night only reunion of the Albuquerque-based R&B group, established in 1997, that
provided the soundtrack for a new generation of
soul music lovers over nearly 20 years. The original
band has not performed together since 2000; the
concert is a celebration of the group’s musical legacy.
Cuándo: 8 PM
Dónde: Albuquerque Journal Theatre NHCC
F R I D AY, O C T O B E R 1 0
COMADRE A COMADRE:THE 5TH BIENNIAL
CELEBRATION OF LIFE EVENT
Qué: To honor the courageous women and their
loved ones who have faced breast cancer. Please
join us for food, door prizes, raffles, live music &
entertainment with: Fun for the whole family!
There is No charge for this event, Free Parking,
Casual dress
Cuándo: 5:30 - 8 pm
Dónde: University of New Mexico: Student Union
Ballrooms B & C
Más Info: Please call (505) 277-2350 & reserve you
& your loved ones seating by September 26, 2014.
W E D N E S D AY , O C T O B E R 1 5
“Paving the Way” – In celebration for 2014 Hispanic
Heritage Month (Sept. 15 - Oct.15), Closing Celebration
Qué: The Hispanic Heritage Month Committee
will be celebrating Hispanics in our community.
Individuals will be highlighted for their success.
This includes: Hispanic Business owners, Hispanic Organizations/Association, Hispanics with a
terminal degree in higher education, Hispanics in
Public Service. Nominations will be taken until
September 15 at ahcnm.org
Cuándo: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Dónde: National Hispanic Cultural Center – 1701
4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM
Más Info: www.ahcnm.org or call Rebecca at (505)
842-9003
SU N DAY, O C TOB E R 2 6 , F R I DAY
O C TO B E R 3 1 , SU N DAY N OV E M B E R 2
Opera Southwest presents: Hamlet (Amleto) NHCC
$12, $22, $32, $52, $62, $70, $72, $77, $82
Qué: Opera Southwest will present composer
Franco Faccio’s (best known as conductor of
the premieres of Aida and Otello) adaptation
of Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Amleto) in the fall of
2014. Premiered in 1865 with a libretto by Arrigo
Boito (who went on to fame as the librettist for
Verdi’s Falstaff & Otello), it was conceived as an
anti-Verdi/pro-Wagner manifesto for the “music
of the future.” Amleto was a critical and audience
success at its premiere, after which the Faccio
and Boito joined Garibaldi’s forces. During their
military travels, Faccio became more intimately
acquainted with the music of Wagner, and made
extensive revisions on his score in preparation for
an 1871 Scala revival. That performance proved
disastrous due to the illness of the leading tenor.
Faccio was discouraged by the incident, and unlike
Puccini’s rather plucky response to the initial fiasco
of Madama Butterfly, Faccio withdrew the work, never
to be performed again. Contrary to standard practice,
a piano vocal score of the work was never made, and it
languished in obscurity for over a century.
Cuándo: 7:30 pm –Friday, 2 pm - Sundays
Dónde: Albuquerque Journal Theatre
Más Info: http://www.nationalhispaniccenter.org or
(505) 724-4771
S AT - S U N , O C T O B E R 1 8 - 1 9
Dracula, A Love Story
Qué: Festival Ballet Albuquerque is a nonprofit 501c(3) corporation headquartered in
Albuquerque, New Mexico. The 2014-2015
season promises to be even more exciting as FBA
celebrates its 5th year. The season begins with
this ballet performance that is back by popular
demand.
Dónde: National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC)
Más Info: 505-296-9465 http://www.
festivalballetabq.org/
T H U R- SU N , O C T O B E R 1 6 - 1 9 &
OCTOBER 23-26
Siembra: Latino Theatre Festival NHCC
Qué: The Boxcar: Based on actual events, the lives
of eight undocumented immigrants are recreated
in a story of extraordinary bravery, passion, love of
family, and hope, written by award-winning Latina
playwright Silvia González S. and originally presented in Spanish as El Vagón by famed New York
theatre company Repertorio Español. Co-presented by Teatro Nuevo México.
Cuándo: 7:30 PM Thursday-Saturday, 2 PM Sunday
Dónde: Wells Fargo Auditorium NHCC
T H U R S D AY, O C T O B E R 3 0
Latin Diva Series (NHCC)
Qué: Ani Cordero: singer-songwriter and drummer, born to puerto rican parents, grew up both in
the states and on the island, surrounded by music. A founding member of the celebrated mexican
rock band Pistolera, she also fronted her own bilingual band Cordero. Her latest album, recordar,
features folk ballads, protest anthems, and love
songs from throughout Latin America.
Cuándo: 7:30 pm
Dónde: Bank of America Theatre NHCC
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FRI-SUN, DECEMBER 19-21
The Nutcracker in the Land of Enchantment NHCC
Qué: Festival Ballet Albuquerque is a nonprofit 501c(3) corporation headquartered in
Albuquerque, New Mexico. The 2014-2015
season promises to be even more exciting as FBA
celebrates its 5th year. This ballet performance
retains all the beauty of the classical tradition but is
set in Territorial New Mexico in the late 1800’s. It’s
unique approach is definitely something worth seeing.
Dónde: National Hispanic Cultural Center
Más Info: 505-296-9465 http://www.
festivalballetabq.org/
THURS, NOVEMBER 6 & FRI, NOVEMBER 7
Pathways to Strong - Family-School Partnerships
CESDP/ENLACE NM Back to School and Youth Leadership Institute
Qué: Join parents, grandparents, youth, school
staff, community members and organizations for 2
days of sharing resources, inspiring speakers, networking, building pathways to success, and more.
Cuándo: November 6 & 7
Dónde: Buffalo Thunder
Más Info: http://www.cesdp.nmhu.edu/backtoschool/backtoschool.html
THANK YOU TO ALL OUR COMMITTEE MEMBERS & SUPPORTERS
Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce Small
Business Committee
Albuquerque Business First
Albuquerque Public Schools
Barelas Community Development Center
Bernalillo County Commission
Big Brothers Big Sisters
City of Albuquerque, Cultural Services Department
Central New Mexico Community College – Academic
Advisement & Job Connection Services
Comcast
Community Leadership Foundation
Consulado de Mexico
Cordova Public Relations
ENLACE New Mexico
EXPO New Mexico
FEB Diversity Council
Festival Ballet Albuquerque
Hispanic Organization of Postal Employees
Hispanic Round Table
Hispanic Statement of Cooperation
Hispanic Women’s Council
Home Instead Senior Care
Instituto Cervantes
Kirtland Air Force Base
LULAC of New Mexico
Las Mujeres
LVC Shoes for Kids
MALSA
MANA de Albuquerque
Mask y Mas
MAS New Mexico
National Hispanic Cultural Center
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association
New Mexico Hispano Entertainers Association
New Mexico 8 (a) and Minority Business Association
New Mexico PTA
New Mexico Rail Runner
New York Life
PLC Enterprises
Prestige Event Center
Sandia National Laboratories
Spanish Colonial Arts Society
State of New Mexico, Department of Workforce Solutions
State of New Mexico, Department of Veteran Services
SouthWest Organizing Project
T-Mobile US
The Original Hacienda
U.S. Department of Labor/VETS
U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Postal Service
United Way of Central New Mexico-Hispano
Philanthropic Society
University of New Mexico:
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Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
Office of Student Academic Success
El Centro de la Raza
ENLACE
Division for Equity and Inclusion
Comadre a Comadre
Title V Graduate Resource Center
Unidos Project
UNM LULAC Young Adult Council
YDI
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