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Living through a pandemic in physical isolation means how we view our box determines our state of mind.

Turning your “box” into a center for innovation, collaboration and justice

TEN MONTHS INSIDE A BOX

The Box: As Safe As It Gets

The Box: Connecting to other Boxes

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Our organization’s core team, each an activist-in-a-box, guides a statewide initiative to ensure vital services.
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In Doña Ana County, Las Cruces City Councilor Kasandra Gandara engages with hundreds of stakeholders.
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Taos Pueblo health strategist Aurora Valdez reaches stakeholders in tribal, county and city government.
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In San Miguel County, Matt Probst empowers county stakeholders with zoom-based “Power Hours.”
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In Socorro County, JC Trujillo and Dr. Sharon Sessions build relationships between “Tech” and “Town.”
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In Valencia County, Health Council members Ginny Adame, Diana Good and Noel Chavez strategize.
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In Rio Arriba County, Diego Lopez and Leticia Bernal reach out to city, county and state leadership.
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In Otero County, activism-in-a-box grows with Lisa Yehle, Peg Crim and NMSU-Alamogordo‘s Michelle Perry.
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In Catron County, stakeholder Deborah Boyer engages with the university.

The Box: A Clutter-free Synergy Center

The Box: Harnessing Your Power to Solve Urgent Problems

Fight! Survive! Thrive!

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A NY Times bestselling author, social justice activist, Oprah guest, co-author of Attack of the Three-Headed Hydras, 100% Community and Anna, Age Eight.

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