The “Common Good” in Action

Written by Alicia Lueras Maldonado and Leah Steimel Last week, a cohort of organizations addressing homelessness in Albuquerque came together for a peer learning session on client engagement. Among the participants were two individuals that had experienced homelessness and now sit in leadership positions at a local homeless services clinic, Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless (AHCH). […]

New Mexico Student Protests and the Common Good

Written by Julie Radoslovich Creating a safe space at a school contributes to the common good in ways that reverberate throughout a community. South Valley Academy, a public charter school in Albuquerque’s South Valley, is continually working to align values with action, and the reaction to the walkouts in protest of the PARCC (The Partnership for Assessment […]

Predatory Lenders Crush the Common Good

Written by Ona Porter This entry continues our series highlighting the work of our allies in New Mexico and the common good in action. Click here to read the first entry. Politics before governing is an operating policy that has allowed a tiny minority to continue rigging the American Dream for their own benefit.There is no better evidence […]

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