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.

Q: What's better than a block party?A: 20 of them!Come check it out this Saturday, Dec. 18th from 12-3pm at the Barelas ...
12/17/2021
Albuquerque block parties using data to target communities ‘in the most need’

Q: What's better than a block party?
A: 20 of them!

Come check it out this Saturday, Dec. 18th from 12-3pm at the Barelas Community Center

https://www.krqe.com/news/community/albuquerque-block-parties-bringing-resources-to-communities/

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The City of Albuquerque is hosting 20 block parties in neighborhoods across the metro. The Office of Equity and Inclusion kicked off their Community Block Parti…

This is what happens when community partners work together. We are #oneabq
12/17/2021

This is what happens when community partners work together. We are #oneabq

This is what happens when community partners work together. We are #oneabq

We have a problem when students experience blatant racism and the adults who can do something about it fail to address i...
12/17/2021

We have a problem when students experience blatant racism and the adults who can do something about it fail to address it head on. Acknowledging the problem is the first step. Joining together to address the systemic issues is next.

Yesterday, we joined community members to urge the APS board to address acts of hatred in our schools and to offer the City’s support and coordination to do it.

12/16/2021

"#debrajohns spent over 30 years getting kids excited about #STEM education, even after her years in the classroom. She taught us that #blackisbeautiful and to be proud of our history as inventors, philosophers, scientists and leaders." Nichole Rogers #abq Office of African American Affairs

Representation matters - in every aspect of our city’s civic life. It brings knowledge and perspectives that otherwise w...
12/14/2021
After public pressure, ABQ Council confirms Pfeiffer to environmental board - Source New Mexico

Representation matters - in every aspect of our city’s civic life. It brings knowledge and perspectives that otherwise would be noticeably absent. Thank you EPC Commission member Pfeiffer for serving the Albuquerque community in this volunteer appointed role. We appreciate you.

Albuquerque councilors confirmed the appointment of the first woman and the first Native person ever to serve on the city government’s Environmental Planning Commission. But it was only after public pressure and a letter-writing campaign from numerous organizations in support of the candidate, who...

12/02/2021

Thank you Future Focused Education and Mood for your hard work in putting this together for us. We were so grateful to have Amarisa as an intern!

Reminder to sign up for the FREE eviction pro bono clinic hosted by #cabq legal team. Deadline to register is Dec. 3rd
12/02/2021

Reminder to sign up for the FREE eviction pro bono clinic hosted by #cabq legal team. Deadline to register is Dec. 3rd

Reminder to sign up for the FREE eviction pro bono clinic hosted by #cabq legal team. Deadline to register is Dec. 3rd

Do you know anyone facing potential eviction? Need some help and don't know where to get started?#eviction #covidhelp #o...
11/24/2021

Do you know anyone facing potential eviction? Need some help and don't know where to get started?#eviction #covidhelp #oneabq

Do you know anyone facing potential eviction? Need some help and don't know where to get started?#eviction #covidhelp #oneabq

Thanks to our amazing Abq organizations to ensure everyone has a seat at the table 💜
11/24/2021

Thanks to our amazing Abq organizations to ensure everyone has a seat at the table 💜

11/24/2021
Immigration Volunteer fair

We are always grateful for our partners who care for immigrants and refugees in our city. Thank you friends and neighbors for making Albuquerque such a welcoming place.

Career fair happening tomorrow ✨Share widely!
11/02/2021

Career fair happening tomorrow ✨Share widely!

10/11/2021
Live Now: Join us as we celebrate Indigenous People's Day through Native American performances, art, and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & Relatives awareness events.

In collaboration with community advocates and Naalkid Productions, the City of Albuquerque is hosting the 2021 Albuquerque for Indigenous Justice event at Civic Plaza. The event is to honor and celebrate sovereign Tribal Nations and Native American peoples, and to educate the public about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & Relatives (MMIWR) crisis through art, film, music, a moment of silence, and supporting grassroots organizations.

Happy Indigenous People’s Day! To all of our Indigenous folk, we honor you for all your accomplishments and the legacies...
10/11/2021

Happy Indigenous People’s Day!

To all of our Indigenous folk, we honor you for all your accomplishments and the legacies you are cultivating, we hope you are unapologetically you today and everyday ✨

Wow! What A Day! At the Park to Play! A great day had by all who came out to the 2nd of a series of Community Block Part...
10/10/2021

Wow! What A Day! At the Park to Play! A great day had by all who came out to the 2nd of a series of Community Block Parties sponsored by the City of Albuquerque and our amazing leader Nichole Rogers and teammates Beatriz Elena Valencia and Dawn Begay. This is how you do it! Join us and spread the word. DJ’s, good food, resources, know your rights materials and community building.

Good evening! We hope you’re having a great day and are resting up because there’s some community block parties we hope ...
10/09/2021

Good evening!

We hope you’re having a great day and are resting up because there’s some community block parties we hope to see you at this weekend 😌

But please mask up! See you there

Join us this upcoming Monday at the Civic Plaza to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day! We hope to see and your family to ...
10/06/2021

Join us this upcoming Monday at the Civic Plaza to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day! We hope to see and your family to celebrate our Indigenous Communities here in Albuquerque 🌟

Join us this upcoming Monday at the Civic Plaza to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day! We hope to see and your family to celebrate our Indigenous Communities here in Albuquerque 🌟

We are doing things differently and it shows!  Check out this story by Shaun Griswold in The Source NM. https://sourcenm...
09/29/2021
Indigenous communities face choices about Indian School gravesite in Albuquerque - Source New Mexico

We are doing things differently and it shows! Check out this story by Shaun Griswold in The Source NM. https://sourcenm.com/2021/09/27/indigenous-communities-face-choices-about-indian-school-gravesite-in-albuquerque/

Radar and other less invasive strategies will be used to scan the remains under 4-H Park. ABQ Mayor Tim Keller says Saturday’s apology from city government for historic abuses is the start of the process — not the finish.

09/25/2021
CABQ Native American leaders will hold a healing reflection and memorial

CABQ Native American leaders will hold a healing reflection and memorial event to honor those buried at 4-H Park, which served as a cemetery for the former Albuquerque Indian School (AIS). Mayor Tim Keller will offer an apology at the event, which was organized by the City of Albuquerque - Office of Native American Affairs leaders Terry Sloan and Dawn Begay to fulfill requests made by the Commission on American Indian and Alaska Native Affairs (CAIANA) and community members who participated in the 4-H Park input process since June 2021.

09/25/2021
CABQ Native American Leaders Host Albuquerque Indian School Cemetery Healing Reflection and Memorial Event

CABQ Native American leaders will hold a healing reflection and memorial event to honor those buried at 4-H Park, which served as a cemetery for the former Albuquerque Indian School (AIS). Mayor Tim Keller will offer an apology at the event, which was organized by the City of Albuquerque - Office of Native American Affairs leaders Terry Sloan and Dawn Begay to fulfill requests made by the Commission on American Indian and Alaska Native Affairs (CAIANA) and community members who participated in the 4-H Park input process since June 2021.

09/25/2021

Come by and see us. We are set up for community outreach at Route 66 West Fest - it’s gonna be fun. Music, food, cool car clubs, poetry, vendors and raffles! Going until 5 pm

Happening today.  We will be live-streaming a significant portion of this important event for those wishing to listen wa...
09/25/2021

Happening today. We will be live-streaming a significant portion of this important event for those wishing to listen watch from the safety of home or at a time most convenient. Return to this page at 3 pm for the livestream. Thank you to our Native American Affairs team for planning this event with our Commission members and community input.

Happening today. We will be live-streaming a significant portion of this important event for those wishing to listen watch from the safety of home or at a time most convenient. Return to this page at 3 pm for the livestream. Thank you to our Native American Affairs team for planning this event with our Commission members and community input.

If you have been facing financial hardships due to COVID-19 make sure to apply for this community impact fund! Share wid...
09/22/2021

If you have been facing financial hardships due to COVID-19 make sure to apply for this community impact fund! Share widely

Si ha tenido problemas financiaros debido a COVID-19, asegúrese de aplicar para esta ayuda comunitaria! Comparta atraves de su comunidad

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Q: What's better than a block party? A: 20 of them! Come check it out this Saturday, Dec. 18th from 12-3pm at the Barelas Community Center https://www.krqe.com/news/community/albuquerque-block-parties-bringing-resources-to-communities/
This is what happens when community partners work together. We are #oneabq
We have a problem when students experience blatant racism and the adults who can do something about it fail to address it head on. Acknowledging the problem is the first step. Joining together to address the systemic issues is next.
"#debrajohns spent over 30 years getting kids excited about #STEM education, even after her years in the classroom. She taught us that #blackisbeautiful and to be proud of our history as inventors, philosophers, scientists and leaders." Nichole Rogers #abq Office of African American Affairs
Representation matters - in every aspect of our city’s civic life. It brings knowledge and perspectives that otherwise would be noticeably absent. Thank you EPC Commission member Pfeiffer for serving the Albuquerque community in this volunteer appointed role. We appreciate you.
Thank you Future Focused Education and Mood for your hard work in putting this together for us. We were so grateful to have Amarisa as an intern!
Reminder to sign up for the FREE eviction pro bono clinic hosted by #cabq legal team. Deadline to register is Dec. 3rd
Do you know anyone facing potential eviction? Need some help and don't know where to get started?#eviction #covidhelp #oneabq
Thanks to our amazing Abq organizations to ensure everyone has a seat at the table 💜