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Equality New Mexico


Equality New Mexico

Working to create a reality of equity, full access, and sustainable wellness for LGBTQ New Mexicans.

Equality @ the Balloon Fiesta - 10.08.16

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Equality New Mexico


Equality New Mexico

Working to create a reality of equity, full access, and sustainable wellness for LGBTQ New Mexicans.

Equality @ the Balloon Fiesta - 10.08.16

GET HELP NOW

NM Crisis & Access Line: (855) 662-7474
Trans Lifeline: (877) 565-8860
Trevor Lifeline: (866) 488-7386


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We want to know and can help you explore options. 


NEED TRAINING OR A GUEST SPEAKER?

LGBTQ cultural competency, bullying prevention, policy issues, program & organizational development, and more. 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Who We Are


Who We Are

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Who We Are


Who We Are

We Envision

A world in which oppression is obsolete and all aspects of identity are honored.

Our Mission

To be a trusted partner, and to uplift the voices and leadership of our community in creating a reality of equity, full access, and sustainable wellness for LGBTQ New Mexicans.

We Believe

That every LGBTQ New Mexican is a vital community member in our Land of Enchantment, that we are more than just our LGBTQ identities, and that the health and wellbeing of LGBTQ New Mexicans is crucial to creating a stronger, more balanced world. This belief compels us to challenge structural and individual barriers that limit our self-determination and ability to thrive.

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What We Do


What We Do

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What We Do


What We Do

Priorities

Statewide Movement Building

Trans Community Advocacy

Political Advocacy + Leadership Development

Community Wellness + Quality of Life

Financial Sustainability

Criteria

Does the community need, want, and support this?

Are we addressing the needs of those in our community most impacted by oppression and injustice?

Are there opportunities to collaborate, have statewide and/or rural impact, and build our movement and power?

Does the work ensure an intersectional framework?

Is it in line with our mission, and do we have the resources?

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How We Do It


How We Do It

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How We Do It


How We Do It