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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.
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.