CESOSS Leadership Institute Online Presentations

May 20, 2020

Dear Friends,

 

I personally invite you to attend this year's CESOSS Leadership Institute Final Presentations that will take place tonight, May 20th starting at 6 pm. The Final presentations will be live-streamed on our Facebook page. You do not need a Facebook account to watch the final presentations. Just click on the following link - https://www.facebook.com/Cesoss/

 

You should also be able to watch the livestream of the presentations by using the following Facebook event link and click on the Discussion tab.  https://www.facebook.com/events/567898690523210/

 

After each presentation, the community will be able to ask questions and/or post comments on Facebook. Those questions/comments will then be moderated on Zoom.

 

I'm so proud of the work of this year's interns, they are a cohort of powerful women leaders! If you have time, it would be great to have your support as we close the Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Leadership Institute and wish the interns great success as they continue their journeys.

 

Thanks again for your continued support and friendship, I greatly appreciate it!

 

Respectfully,

 

Virginia

CESOSS Director

 

Final Presentations:

 

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 Land, Water, and Culture 

Dalilah Naranjo

Maintaining hope during challenging times

April 29, 2020

Dearest Community,

 

Amidst the challenging times that we are facing across our communities, it is vital that we maintain positivity and hope during these challenging times.

 

The spring season is such an important time for many of our community members who remain connected to land, water, and agricultural traditions. As these days pass, we remain thankful for the water that flows throughout our community acequias, of the earth that is being prepared for growing, and for the bursts of life we continue to witness all around us - from bright green leaves to colorful flowers.

 

As a way to maintain our hope and to remind us of the importance of land and water, we invite the community to send us pictures/short videos of their local acequias, of lands being prepped for the season, of greenhouses, of seedlings, and of themselves. We also ask you to include a short description of pictures sent that includes a message of hope for our community. 

 

Send your pictures along with descriptions and messages to info@cesoss.org. We will share these pictures/videos on our website and on the CESOSS Facebook page.

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