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Hacienda del Sol

Dr. Nancy Baker speaks about Mesilla Valley Community of Hope before programs like Abode Permanent Housing, Sue’s House, and Oak Street Veterans Housing Program. Past-board President of Hacienda del Sol Homeless Family Services, which began in 1994, Dr. Baker reminds

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History Notes

Branigan Cultural Center presents History Notes Thursdays at 1 pm.  The museum is located at 501 North Main Street in Downtown Las Cruces, New Mexico. In introduction of Hope Stories, on September 13th, 2018, my History Notes talk and dialogue

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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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Public History Thesis

Can the American home and workplace become sensible, inclusive, and clearly accessible to human beings?

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Hope Stories Question List

questions, thoughts, comments to consider for Hope Stories narrators

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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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