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NMHC REACHES END OF UNITED WE STAND SPEAKER SERIES FUNDING

WHO: New Mexico Humanities Council
WHAT: United We Stand Funding
WHERE: Albuquerque, N.M.
WHEN: July, 2024
CONTACT: Keelyn Byram, Keelyn@NMHumanities.org

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NMHC has reached the end of United We Stand speaker series funding. So be sure to catch the final sessions of these speakers under this special initiative while you can. We extend a special thanks to all the speakers for participating and to all the organizations who hosted a United We Stand event! Taking part in this initiative allowed hundreds of New Mexicans to access educational humanities programs that focused on bridging cultural gaps and inspiring compassion which helps our communities stand firm against hate-based violence. Thank you for helping New Mexico stay a safe place for everyone to call home.

Check out our Events page to learn about our last few United We Stand speaker events!

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NMHC REACHES END OF UNITED WE STAND SPEAKER SERIES FUNDING

NMHC has reached the end of United We Stand speaker series funding. So be sure to catch the final sessions of these speakers under this special initiative while you can. We extend a special thanks to all the speakers for participating and to all the organizations who hosted a United We Stand event…

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