Publications

As a community-led and community-based organization that focuses on research, it is vital that we continue to disseminate important information to our communities. This is why CESOSS engages in publishing editorials and articles published in both independent sources and academic journals.

 

We also have created our own publication - La Voz del Valle de Atrisco.  This publication is dedicated to informing the public regarding pertinent issues connected to land and water that are impacting the Valle de Atrisco (South Valley).  For more information on La Voz, or if you would like a hard copy, contact us and make sure to sign up to receive our online newsletter.

Land and Water Traditions at the Core:

The Importance of Community-Based and

Community-Created Multicultural Education Models in New Mexico

Article written by Dr. Virginia Necochea, published in the Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, 2019

This article focuses on the work CESOSS has been leading and developing over the past few years. Specifically, the Cultivando Nuestro Futuro Leadership Institute, the development of the Macehualli Leadership Model, and other educational initiatives that are underway. 

It is vital to share how community-led organizations are creating impactful models that work to reconnect young people and communities with the sacredness of land and water-based traditions.

Seventh Annual Cultivando Nuestro Futuro
CESOSS Leadership Institute
Special Issue May 2020

This issue of La Voz features the work of our 7th CESOSS Leadership Institute Cohort.  Read this edition of La Voz online or if you would like to request a hard copy, contact us.

Mujeres Presente: Resisting the Hydro-Patriarchy 

Lauren Baca and Tatiana Prieto

Environmental Racism in New Mexico: A Legacy of Destruction 

Gene Hilario

Testimonio: My Reconnection with Identity, Land, and Water 

Dalilah Naranjo

Sixth Annual Cultivando Nuestro Futuro CESOSS Leadership Institute,
Fall 2018/Spring 2019, May 2019

This issue of La Voz features the work of our 6th CESOSS Leadership Institute Cohort.  Read this edition of La Voz online or if you would like to request a hard copy, contact us.

Fighting to Protect the Sacredness of the Greater Chaco Region 

Kirena Clah

Growing from the Construction of the Cochiti Dam 

Kianna Holian

Reimagining Sustainability: Improving Quality of Life

While Sacrificing Nothing 

Corina Gomez

Continued Battle Against the Santolina Master Plan:

Fighting Against Misrepresentation 

Elizabeth Medina

Valle de Atrisco Acequia Education Office: Preserving the History and Cultural Traditions of

Acequias 

Erick Hernandez

La Voz, Special Edition on the Santolina Master Plan, Issue VIII, July 2014

This La Voz Special Edition is dedicated to informing the larger public on the Santolina Master Plan and the negative impacts it poses to our communities.  You can download a copy here.

Third Annual Cultivando Nuestro Futuro CESOSS Leadership Institute,
Fall 2015/Spring 2016, Issue X, May 2016

This issue of La Voz features the work of our 3rd CESOSS Leadership Institute Cohort.  Read this edition of La Voz online or if you would like to request a hard copy, contact us.

The Impact of Acequia Traditions and Philosophy on Community Development

Alicia Chavez 

Defending Water and Building Solidarity: A Grassroots Multimedia Project

Jennie Greb

"Undocumented" Education in NM: A True Story

Katterine Valencia