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Saint Luke’s

Saint Luke’s mission includes the core values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence, and Service.  The featured logo will soon be replaced by a newer, rebranded logo to introduce the grand opening of Amador Health Center. Peer support specialist at Saint

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Jardin de Los Niños

Executive Director of Jardin de Los Niños Audrey Hardman-Hartley, recipient of the John Paul Taylor Social Justice Award, speaks about the Dogs Who Read program and early education in New Mexico. Defining therapeutic intervention developmental screening, Audrey outlines new 2018 health

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Camp Hope

Facilitator of the Great Conversation, Randy Harris shares the importance of community dialogue and collaborative problem solving.  To learn more, visit a 5 May 2014 Give Grande fundraiser post which features The Great Conversation mission statement at the Hope Village blog.

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Mesilla Valley Community of Hope Stories

This project explores human rights, access to services, and city resources as seen through the experiences of staff, community advocates, and city officials at Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH).  The New Mexico State University Public History based project seeks

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Painting Winter

While listening to music from the room next door, Painter Enrique Harrison talks about moving to Cedro, New Mexico in 1981. A life long artist, Enrique shares a story about gathering wood and water in wintery Tijeras canyon, mud plastering the

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NMSU Public History

January 2017 begins anew with a Public History master’s program at New Mexico State University located in Las Cruces. My accepted for admission Statement of Purpose outlines an initiative to record, catalog, and present an narrative research on Poverty, Homelessness, and

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New Mexico Identities

Narrator David Hernandez Rivero speaks about the native and international communities of New Mexico. Originally from Havana, Cuba, David has worked as a librarian, archivist, and museum curator, including study at University of New Mexico’s Maxwell Museum and 2015s collaborative

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