During the 40 years Nichoe has lived and worked in Santa Fe she has taken leadership roles in helping: restore the Santa Fe River to a protected river corridor, the establishment of El Camino Real River Park and the protection of the Old Pecos Trail as an historic and non-commercialized entrance into Santa Fe.
Through her work in the NAACP she has demonstrated a long-term commitment to civil rights, economic justice and multi-cultural appreciation. It is this commitment to social and economic justice that led her to learn about public banking and other democratic economy models. It is her belief that public banking can help fund a more just, sustainable, local green economy in New Mexico.
Time and Place:
August’s Green Lunch, Friday, August 22nd, 11:30-1:00pm
Santa Fe Area Homebuilders,
1409 Luisa, Ste A, Santa Fe
$15 per lunch for SFAHBA and Green Chamber members who RSVP. $20 for non-members.
All are welcome. Seating is limited. To RSVP, email Raquel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 982.1774.
For more information call Glenn Schiffbauer 505.428.9123