“La Tierra y la Gente: How Place Supports the Struggle for Peace and Justice in Nuevo Mexico”
April 19, 2018
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
History and Literary Arts Building Library
This talk by Arturo Sandoval, Founder and President of the Center of Southwest Culture, Inc. (CSC), a non-profit organization promoting the peoples and cultures of the southwestern US and northern México, is part of educational programming related to People Powered: New Mexicans and Social Movements. CSC focuses on developing cultural, economic and educational events and programs that reflect the rich Mexicano and indigenous cultural heritage of the Greater Southwest. Sandoval has been active for more than four decades in community, cultural, environmental and civil rights efforts in New Mexico and across the US. He was one of the co-coordinators of the original Earth Day in 1970.
People Powered: New Mexicans and Social Movements is open to the public from April 6-October 19, 2018, Wednesdays – Fridays, 10 am-5 pm, and the first Saturday of the month, 1-5 pm.