CSVANW is developing our response alongside our member organizations centering their experiences around the deep intersections of COVID-19 with violence, race, gender, power, class and privilege. As we continue to have conversations with our members we invite you to stay engaged with us on our website and social media.
The words of our ancestors carry love. More importantly they carry power. Translating our Native languages into english can sometimes lose meaning…but what is NEVER lost in translation is LOVE . And in this moment, where our communities are being disproportionately affected by COVID-19, our resilience must continue to grow from LOVE.
Stay home relatives…we love you too much to lose any of you.
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Our CSVANW executive director, Angel Charley, joined a live panel discussion on April 22, 2020 about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting our New Mexico communities. Thank you to Sister Bar and Dukes Up for hosting this critical conversation. And thank you to the folxs from New Mexico Center on Law & Poverty, UNMH Intensive Care, and ACLU of New Mexico for joining the conversation.
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