Category Archives: Newsletter

PDACNM Newsletter – February 1, 2021

 

Support NM House Bill 40

Ask Governor Lujan Grisham to commit to take actions this year to phase out private prisons in New Mexico. Remind her that in a few years, due to changes in federal contracts and a declining New Mexico prison population, the state will not need more than 80% of the private beds it currently permits.

We want MLG to lead the shift away from private detention in New Mexico beginning today! 

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PDACNM Newsletter – February 2021

Take Advantage of Your Rights as a Citizen

Join PDACNM for citizen advocacy and meet with staff of your US Senator or Representative. Every month PDACNM sits with these friendly folks to express concerns, show support, share information and create lasting relationships.  We bring a letter from PDA national asking to support specific legislation or to express our thanks for their support.  These letters are delivered by PDA chapters throughout the country. We welcome your participation.

Lisa Franzen  geolisafranzen@aol.com
Laura Stokes  stokescorrales@comcast.net
Paul Stokes  stokescorrales@mac.com

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PDACNM Newsletter – January 6, 2021

Please join me this Thursday for a virtual Town Hall with Senate Majority Whip Mimi Stewart to preview the legislative session and discuss key priorities – January 7 from 6 – 7:15pm. Click here to register.

I’ll be hosting a second Town Hall on January 12 from 6 – 7:15pm with Representatives Daymon Ely and Derrick Lente. Click here to register.

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PDACNM Newsletter – July 6, 2020

Police Brutality and Racial Injustice in New Mexico: What Progressives Can & Must Do

We all watched in horror as the life went out of George Floyd under the impassive knee of the sadistic little man in blue on May 25th in Minneapolis. Since then, uprisings against police brutality and racial injustice have swept the country and the world. New Mexico is no exception.  Nor should it be, given in particular the squalid record of killings and other rank abuses of power by a militarized police force in Albuquerque. Read more…..

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