City of Albuquerque - Office of Equity & Inclusion

City of Albuquerque - Office of Equity & Inclusion The mission of the Office of Equity and Inclusion is to inspire and equip city government to make Albuquerque a national role model of racial equity and social justice.

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 Did you know Albuquerque has been an official refugee resettlement city/ destination s...
06/19/2021

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 Did you know Albuquerque has been an official refugee resettlement city/ destination since the early 1970s after the Vietnam War?

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 We are sharing stories how refugees found their home here in Albuquerque. We are all #...
06/18/2021

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 We are sharing stories how refugees found their home here in Albuquerque. We are all #onealbuquerque

City Launches “Bank on Burque” Initiative for Safe Banking Accesshttps://www.cabq.gov/office-of-equity-inclusion/news/ci...
06/18/2021
City Launches “Bank on Burque” Initiative for Safe Banking Access

City Launches “Bank on Burque” Initiative for Safe Banking Access
https://www.cabq.gov/office-of-equity-inclusion/news/city-launches-201cbank-on-burque201d-initiative-for-safe-banking-access

#BankOn Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund

Thanks to our banking partners:

Bank of America
Chase
Discovery
First Convenience Bank
Nusenda Credit Union
Rio Grande Credit Union
U.S. Bank
US Eagle Federal Credit Union
Wells Fargo

Bank On Burque will support unbanked residents in Albuquerque by increasing the availability of – and connecting residents to – safe and affordable banking products

Don't forget to join us today for the City's Bank on Burque Kickoff event! See you at Civic Plaza #BankOn
06/17/2021
Bank On Burque Kick-Off

Don't forget to join us today for the City's Bank on Burque Kickoff event! See you at Civic Plaza #BankOn

Please join us for the Bank On Burque Kick-Off Event!

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 We are sharing stories how refugees found their community and home here in Albuquerque...
06/17/2021

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 We are sharing stories how refugees found their community and home here in Albuquerque. We are all #onealbuquerque

Get fully vaccinated by June 17th and get $100. Help NM reach its goal of 60 percent of fully vaccinated people.
06/15/2021

Get fully vaccinated by June 17th and get $100. Help NM reach its goal of 60 percent of fully vaccinated people.

06/15/2021
Happy Birthday, DACA

For DACA recipients, they are already home. We're proud of the progress we have made but there's more work ahead. #DACA

Do you need one more reason to get the vaccine? How about 100? The state is offering a $100 incentive for New Mexicans w...
06/15/2021

Do you need one more reason to get the vaccine? How about 100? The state is offering a $100 incentive for New Mexicans who get their COVID-19 vaccine. Let's help open the state!

Monday's COVID-19 update: 230 new cases, totaling 204,271.

$100 incentive for New Mexicans who complete their vaccination series or receive a single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccination through June 17. Details here:
http://ow.ly/FKMV50Fafhe

More info here: http://ow.ly/6PNd50Fafhc

06/15/2021
14 de junio de 2021

El alcalde Tim Keller y los líderes de la ciudad sostienen un ayuntamiento telefónico para responder preguntas de personas en Albuquerque. Regístrese para eventos futuros en cabq.gov/townhall.

Join us this Thursday as the City launches Bank on Burque, a new initiative to increase safe banking access.
06/14/2021
Bank On Burque Kick-Off

Join us this Thursday as the City launches Bank on Burque, a new initiative to increase safe banking access.

Please join us for the Bank On Burque Kick-Off Event!

Listen to the mayor give updates at his town hall this evening.
06/14/2021
Mayor Keller's Telephone Town Halls

Listen to the mayor give updates at his town hall this evening.

Mayor Tim Keller and City leaders will hold a telephone town hall to answer questions from people across Albuquerque who want to know more about the City's response to coronavirus, reopening of City facilities, and our plans for recovery.

Albuquerque Film Office and Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Partner for Indigenous Film WorkshopThe Albuquerque Film Offic...
06/14/2021
Indigenous Film Industry Workshop: From Process to Production | Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Albuquerque Film Office and Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Partner for Indigenous Film Workshop

The Albuquerque Film Office and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center are hosting film industry professionals to lead a free virtual workshop June 12-13 for aspiring Indigenous filmmakers throughout New Mexico.

Participants in the “Indigenous Film Industry Workshop: Process to Production” will engage with resources, action items, and professional contacts that can help launch or advance a career in the industry. The targeted learning experiences provided in this unique event will feature a variety of topics to the local audience by experts in their fields, including Indigenous writers, actors, and composers.

“The diversity of people and cultures in Albuquerque has always been part of our strength. We appreciate those who are leading the way for Indigenous inclusivity in film,” said Mayor Tim Keller.

Presenters secured for the event include:

The Netflix team of all-indigenous writers/creators behind the animated children’s series “Spirit Rangers” about three siblings who transform into animal spirits to conserve a national park. Karissa Valencia, Joey Clift, and Carlee Malemute will be discussing their writing process, the use of traditional art in the animation, and how the show developed.
Mo Brings Plenty, a Cheyenne River Sioux actor on such productions as Yellowstone, The Revenant, and Cowboys & Aliens, will provide insights on preparation for work on camera.
Annie Chang, vice-president of Creative Technologies for NBCUniversal, will be part of a panel on emerging technologies and the importance of their use in storytelling for film.
Brent Michael Davids, America’s most seasoned Native American composer of concert music and film scores, will speak about music composition.
Scott Rowe, former marketing executive for Warner Bros., will serve as a moderator.


“This event is designed to provide Indigenous filmmakers with information, opportunity, and resources necessary to create, produce, and celebrate their own stories,” said Karen Criswell, liaison for the Albuquerque Film Office.

“IPCC is excited to co-sponsor this workshop,” said Beverlee McClure, who is coordinating the effort for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. “As the film industry continues to grow, we want the number of Native Americans working in the industry to grow as well. This workshop will provide an overview of the careers in the film industry, as well as make meaningful connections.”

The event will be live-streamed from 1-5 p.m. each day.

To register, visit https://indianpueblo.org/event/indigenous-film-industry-workshop-from-process-to-production/2021-06-12/.

An online learning experience hosted by IPCC and sponsored by the Albuquerque Film Office streaming online segments to participants across the state.

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 #RefugeesWelcome #OneAlbuquerque
06/12/2021

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 #RefugeesWelcome #OneAlbuquerque

June 20th is #WorldRefugeeDay2021 #RefugeesWelcome #OneAlbuquerque

City Councilor Klarissa Peña, Presbyterian Health Services and West Central Community Development Group - WCCDG  invite ...
06/12/2021

City Councilor Klarissa Peña, Presbyterian Health Services and West Central Community Development Group - WCCDG invite Albuquerque residents to come get their free COVID vaccine on Sunday, June 13, 2021, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. The Pfizer vaccine will be given, so children and teens ages 12-17 can get it with a parent or guardian present. Plan to spend your waiting period after getting your shot to check out the APD Youth Leadership Lowrider!

Registration is not required, but if you would like to schedule for a specific time during the event, please call (505) 923-2696 and use the event code: LRABQ

“It’s important that we bring these health services to our community,” said Councilor Peña. “I want to thank Presbyterian, APD, and the West Central Community Development Group for partnering and understanding the importance of health services to the Southwest Mesa of Albuquerque.”

Vaccines are free and limited identification is needed to confirm the person who is registered is the person getting the vaccination.

Payments will be provided to low-income households based on funding availability.  Applications will be available at the...
06/11/2021

Payments will be provided to low-income households based on funding availability.

Applications will be available at the Yes New Mexico website, http://yes.state.nm.us, beginning Monday, June 14 at 9 a.m. and must be submitted by June 25, 2021 at 3 p.m.

On June 14 the New Mexico Human Services Department will begin accepting applications for economic relief from New Mexico residents who did not qualify for federal pandemic stimulus payments. You can find more information at: https://bit.ly/3pDh1Sa

06/09/2021

Today, we’re taking a big step forward in Wells Park with a $4 million investment in well-lit streets that are accessible for all and our work continues from there. The Wells Park Neighborhood Report is an excellent model for the collaborative process of identifying and addressing community priorities.

06/08/2021

Are you interested in beginning or advancing your career in early childhood education?

Join us virtually on Friday, June 18, from 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM to learn about training and educational opportunities in early childhood education that can put you on a long-term career path.

You’ll be able to speak directly with:
Early Childhood Faculty from the Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute
Early Childhood Program Administrators from CNM Central New Mexico Community College
The Early Childhood Education and Care Department (ECECD) Scholarship and Wage Supplement Program
The City of Albuquerque’s Early Childhood Education Career Navigators

Check out the flyer for more details!

https://cabq.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwrd-mppz0oEtENL_wRA1-DbXPz2cw-UDBo

Timeline Photos
06/07/2021

Timeline Photos

The Food Service Program for Children provides meals in City community centers, parks, schools, apartment complexes, public housing, churches and at non-profit organizations. https://cutt.ly/rnyt8LN

Grab and Go locations begins on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.Community Centers will begin on Monday, June 14, 2021.Meals will b...
06/06/2021
Food Service Program for Children

Grab and Go locations begins on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
Community Centers will begin on Monday, June 14, 2021.
Meals will be served ​at each site from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on first come, first serve basis

The Food Service Program for Children provides meals in City community centers, parks, schools, apartment complexes, public housing, churches and at non-profit organizations.

Start your summer with a new job with the City of Albuquerque - https://mailchi.mp/47092b1add8a/city-of-albuquerque-week...
06/04/2021
Start your summer with a new job with the City of Albuquerque

Start your summer with a new job with the City of Albuquerque - https://mailchi.mp/47092b1add8a/city-of-albuquerque-weekly-job-announcements-8249034

Job Highlights Deputy Director/Family & Community Services The Deputy Director of Homeless Policy and Solutions will set policy and implement systemic and sustainable solutions that effectively address homelessness in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This person will be tasked with looking at the issue of h...

Join Us Tonight!
06/03/2021

Join Us Tonight!

Join Us Tonight! A Free Celebration for PRIDE Month!

#newmexicooutbusinssalliance #nmoba #lgbtqevents #lgbtqtraining #transtraining

06/03/2021

Grab ‘N Go meals began this week and are available Mon-Fri 11:30am-1:00pm all around the city. Find a location and learn more at yc.cabq.gov.

"America is, always has been, and always will be a Nation of immigrants."June is National Immigrant Heritage Month and w...
06/01/2021
A Proclamation on National Immigrant Heritage Month, 2021 | The White House

"America is, always has been, and always will be a Nation of immigrants."

June is National Immigrant Heritage Month and we celebrate the richness that immigrants add to our communities.

America is, always has been, and always will be a Nation of immigrants.  It was the premise of our founding; it is reflected in our Constitution; it

We're so proud of our LGBTQ+ community in ABQ and looking forward to all the events during PRIDE
06/01/2021

We're so proud of our LGBTQ+ community in ABQ and looking forward to all the events during PRIDE

Excited to kick off Pride Month with community members and organizations by raising our Unity flag for the second year, right outside City Hall. In ABQ, we believe in a safe, inclusive city for everyone – no matter who you are or who you love. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

Albuquerque Pride Equality New Mexico nmoba.org SAGE Albuquerque Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico UNM LGBTQ Resource Center

06/01/2021

**UPDATE**

Tomorrow kicks off Pride Month.

Join us Tuesday, 6/1/21 at 9:30 a.m. on ABQ Civic Plaza for the Mayor’s raising of the Pride Flag. FREE Event.

Tomorrow! First come, first serve. 🚲
05/29/2021

Tomorrow!

First come, first serve. 🚲

Have a tax problem you haven't been able to resolve with the IRS? The Taxpayer Advocate Service will assist taxpayers at...
05/28/2021

Have a tax problem you haven't been able to resolve with the IRS?

The Taxpayer Advocate Service will assist taxpayers at its upcoming Problem Solving Day.

WHAT: Taxpayer Advocate Service Problem Solving Day

WHEN: Wednesday, June 23, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

WHERE: Virtual by Telephone Appointment

PARTNERS: New Mexico Legal Aid Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
Social Security Administration
New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department
Four Corners Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at San Juan College

The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) will be available to assist taxpayers with tax problems they’ve been unable to resolve on their own with the IRS. Our goal is to provide personalized, step by step guidance. If your tax problem meets our criteria, we’ll assign a Case Advocate to work directly with you.

The Albuquerque, New Mexico Local Taxpayer Advocate’s office is hosting a virtual Problem Solving Day event with the other partners listed above. You may call 505-737-6308 or 505-837-5505 on or before June 16, 2021 to schedule a telephone appointment to speak with a TAS case advocate about your tax issue or to speak with one of the partners.

Taxpayer Advocate Service is an independent organization within the Internal Revenue Service. TAS helps taxpayers resolve tax problems, recommends changes to prevent future tax problems, and protects taxpayer rights. TAS’s services are free to taxpayers who are:

• Experiencing a financial hardship or having financial difficulties because of a tax problem;
• Trying, but haven’t been able to resolve an IRS tax problem; or
• Believing an IRS system or procedure isn’t working.

Learn more about TAS at www.TaxpayerAdvocate.irs.gov.

Have a tax problem you haven't been able to resolve with the IRS?

The Taxpayer Advocate Service will assist taxpayers at its upcoming Problem Solving Day.

WHAT: Taxpayer Advocate Service Problem Solving Day

WHEN: Wednesday, June 23, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

WHERE: Virtual by Telephone Appointment

PARTNERS: New Mexico Legal Aid Low Income Taxpayer Clinic
Social Security Administration
New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department
Four Corners Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at San Juan College

The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) will be available to assist taxpayers with tax problems they’ve been unable to resolve on their own with the IRS. Our goal is to provide personalized, step by step guidance. If your tax problem meets our criteria, we’ll assign a Case Advocate to work directly with you.

The Albuquerque, New Mexico Local Taxpayer Advocate’s office is hosting a virtual Problem Solving Day event with the other partners listed above. You may call 505-737-6308 or 505-837-5505 on or before June 16, 2021 to schedule a telephone appointment to speak with a TAS case advocate about your tax issue or to speak with one of the partners.

Taxpayer Advocate Service is an independent organization within the Internal Revenue Service. TAS helps taxpayers resolve tax problems, recommends changes to prevent future tax problems, and protects taxpayer rights. TAS’s services are free to taxpayers who are:

• Experiencing a financial hardship or having financial difficulties because of a tax problem;
• Trying, but haven’t been able to resolve an IRS tax problem; or
• Believing an IRS system or procedure isn’t working.

Learn more about TAS at www.TaxpayerAdvocate.irs.gov.

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