“Diversity is our greatest strength and unity is our greatest weapon.” - Tom Perez


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Are you a Democratic woman who wants to run for office in order to create policy for real change? 

Emerge New Mexico offers a unique, six-month, 70-hour training program to hone skills and give you the tools to win.  Every year 25 women are chosen from all over New Mexico.  So many women applied in 2019, that the class size was doubled, including four women from Grant County.  Read their stories on this website’s News Link. 

EmergeNM’s mission is “to build the bench of Democratic women ready to run for office.”  Currently there are 69 Emerge alumnae serving in public offices in the state. In the 2018 election, 37 of the 42 “Emergista” candidates won their races, for an 88 percent win-rate.

There will be another enchilada fundraiser this spring, organized by Emerge Alumna, Cindy Provencio, to support any local women accepted into EmergeNM’s 2020 Class.

To be considered for the 2021 Emerge New Mexico training program, applicants must have completed a written application on-line  (  by December, 2020. Qualified applicants will be invited to an in-person interview in early January. Invitations to join the 2021 class to be extended in early February.


Students!  Does 17-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg inspire you?  Do you want to make your voice heard about all the injustice and inequality in the world?

Learn and practice skills for speaking out and standing up at ACLU’s High School Summer Advocacy Program.  This summer (July 22 – 28) join 1500 to 1800 diverse high school students (ages 15 to 18) from across the United States for a week-long firsthand learning experience in Washington, D.C. for the next generation of social justice advocates.  

Apply on-line:

ACLU’s High School Program -  Age (15 – 18) and have completed one year of high school by July 2020. The graduating class of 2020 is encouraged to apply.  Priority Decision:  application due Feb. 16, 2020; Regular Decision:  April 5, 2020. Click for Flyer

ACLU College & Community Program – High school graduates and college age (18 – 24) to take pace July 24 – 29, 2020 in Washington, D. C. (Must be at least 18 years old and completed one year of college or have graduated high school at least one year prior.) Priority Decision: February 16 , 2020 & Regular Decision: April 5, 2020  Click for Flyer

For more info:  703-706-3555 and  Full or partial scholarships available.





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