Event Category: Round Tables

AARP Presents: “Protect Voters 50+: Voter Engagement” Webinar

Join AARP NM on September 15th for Voter Engagement. AARP is fighting to protect 50+ voters and make your voice heard on the issues that matter – protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering prescription drug prices, and ensuring you can vote safely from home or in-person.

This roundtable discussion will highlight AARP’s 2020 Voter Engagement campaign – “Protect 50+ Voters.” This panel discussion will cover a full overview of the campaign including the campaign goal and timeline. AARP wants to help you cast your vote safely and make sure you know all your voting options.


AARP Presents: “Define Your Decade: Importance of the 2020 Census” Webinar

Join AARP NM and state Census officials September 8th for a discussion on why participating in the Census is so important and learn about the unintended consequences of not participating in the Census. Census data is used for a variety of things including electoral districts, where hospitals and schools are placed and federal funding for everything from road construction, to business loans and school lunches.

New Mexico is one of the most undercounted states in the nation, with our Native American populations counted even less. Learn how just a few minutes of your time can make all the difference.


AARP Presents: “Music on Our Minds: A Powerful Way to Stimulate Your Brain” Webinar

Join AARP NM and Sarah Lentz Lock, Senior Vice President, Policy & Brain Health / Policy, Research and International / AARP Executive Director, Global Council on Brain Health for “Music on Our Minds: A Powerful Way to Stimulate Your Brain.”

Incorporate music in your life. Join us for the results of the latest Global Council on Brain Health’s report on music. We will providing the latest evidence of music’s potential effect on brain health and mental well-being, along with AARP’s latest research on adults’ 18+ attitudes and engagement with music and their self-reported brain health. These findings provide just-in-time information for adults to use as they aim to support their health and wellness during the coronavirus pandemic.


The Thriving Artist™ Podcast: “Selling Art in The New Normal: Marketplace, Native Communities, and Virtual Reality”

Empowering artists to thrive beyond the pandemic is a team effort: based in community and collaboration. In this video-episode of The Thriving Artist™podcast hosted by Daniel DiGriz, SWAIA’s Executive Director Kim Peone joins Elizabeth Hulings, Executive Director of The Clark Hulings Fund—the co-producers of the Virtual Edition of the Market; Eric Sparre, Founder & Director of Artspan—hosts of the artists’ websites; and Steve Pruneau, leader of the Vircadia Implementation Project that co-created the virtual reality NDN world, and CHF Board Member.

You won’t want to miss this cutting-edge conversation about the future of the art world, how artists are leading the way as innovators, and how Indigenous communities are finding inventive ways to work in digital spaces.

The Thriving Artist™ Podcast is an educational feature of The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that promotes the legacy of American painter Clark Hulings (1922-2011) by equipping working visual artists to be self-sustaining entrepreneurs.

Art and Activism: the Native American Rights Fund

A discussion led by Don Ragona and Dallin Maybee of NARF.

The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is the oldest and largest nonprofit law firm dedicated to asserting and defending the rights of Indian tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide. Known as the premiere Indian Legal Defense Fund in the country, NARF plays a critical role in defending tribal and individual rights, as well as functioning as the premiere thought leader in federal, state, and tribal law and policy.


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