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This webinar on New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment, in particular, highlights efforts in low-income communities and communities of color to develop new economic structures in the arts, the food industry, and beyond.
With a panel of community entrepreneurs, we look at a Zuni Pueblo art co-op start-up, an Albuquerque nonprofit that supports community-based food businesses, and an emerging statewide co-op development network. All of the panelists will share their lessons and provide rich insights into the work both in their presentations and in a question session.
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On this webinar, you will hear from:
- Anzia Bennett, Executive Director, Three Sisters Kitchen, Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Keith Edaakie (Zuni Pueblo), President, Ancestral Rich Treasures of Zuni (ARTZ) Cooperative
- Sandra McCardell, Coordinating Director, Community Catalyst of New Mexico
- Alvin Warren (Santa Clara Pueblo), Program Officer for New Mexico Programs, Kellogg Foundation in New Mexico.
Follow-up Reading Materials and Links:
- Anzia Bennett, Three Sisters Kitchen
- Keith Edaakie, ARTZ Cooperative, article by First Peoples Fund
- Sandra McCardell, Cooperative Catalyst of New Mexico
- Alvin Warren, Kellogg Foundation, “Where We Work in New Mexico”
- Also, to learn more about community building in New Mexico, we encourage you to read this article that we published earlier this month on the Barelas neighborhood of Albuquerque, authored by Eric Griego.
Watch all the previous webinar recordings of this series here: https://nonprofitquarterly.org/tag/remaking-the-economy/