That’s one way to hold bigots accountable!
All New Mexicans deserve access to quality, affordable healthcare. A Medicaid Buy-In would allow New Mexico residents who are locked our of coverage to purchase comprehensive coverage.
New Mexico is one of nine states that still has an unconstitutional, pre-Roe v. Wade statute on the books that criminalizes abortion in almost all circumstances. If Roe v. Wade falls, this law could become enforceable again, making abortion a crime and jeopardizing access to safe and legal care in New Mexico. We must come together to repeal this outdated law.
OUR 2019 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA
• A paid family & medical leave program that includes all families
• Driver’s licenses for ALL
• A fair and accountable elections system
During the 2018 election, Forward Together led a large-scale deep canvass component to the No on Measures 105 & 106 campaigns. We utilized strategies to engage and empower our constituencies on the voting process – including women of color, LGBTQ and gender non-conforming people of color, indigenous people, and immigrants. We were the first women of color-led organization to join the executive committee of No Cuts to Care, and we supported the partners around the table for the No on 105 campaign.
After years of discrimination, these cosmetologists are going into business for themselves.
Art created by New Mexico Together for Healthcare and the Strong Families New Mexico program of Forward Together, in collaboration with McKinley County community leader Althea Yazzie.
Art created by New Mexico Together for Healthcare and the Strong Families New Mexico program of Forward Together, in collaboration with beloved community leader and promotora, Olga Hernandez.
From Gayle King’s interviews to ‘Leaving Neverland,’ that labor must be acknowledged.
Driving is huge part of our lives and really important for
many of us. This tool helps participants understand the impact of lack of driver’s licenses on affected communities in
Oregon and helps them take action to support Oregon Driver’s Licenses for All campaign.