MISSION: Southwest Research and Information Center is a multi-cultural organization working to promote the health of people and communities, protect natural resources, ensure citizen participation, and secure environmental and social justice now and for future generations

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If you’ve received a letter from us asking for your contribution, please donate what and when you can. A small gift of any amount goes a long way in our budget to pay for the increasing costs of keeping our doors open so that we can assist struggling communities. A large gift of more than $100 can make a big difference in how we manage to help protect the health of people and communities throughout the Southwest.

If you’ve already given to SRIC this year, THANK YOU SO MUCH, for your support!

Southwest Research and Information Center
(505)262-1862, P.O. Box 4524, Albuquerque, NM 87196

Environmental Justice Awareness Day
New Mexico State Legislature, Capitol Rotunda
Friday, March 2, 2007

Educational Tours of the New Mexico State Legislature

Food, Music, Speakers

The Educational Tours will provide the community an opportunity to learn about the New Mexico State legislature and how decisions are made. Community representatives will lead the tours. As part of the tour, participants will meet with legislative leaders. The tours will be offered in Spanish and English. All ages are welcome.

Sponsored by: Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice New Mexico; Environmental Justice Working Group: Cambio, Colonias Development Council, Concerned Citizens of Wagon Mound and Mora County, Kalpulli Izkalli, SAGE Council, SouthWest Organizing Project; and allies the New Mexico Environmental Law Center and the Southwest Research and Information Center

For more information call the Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice (505) 242-0416 or info@sneej.org

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“We, the Peoples gathered at the Indigenous World Uranium Summit, at this critical time of intensifying nuclear threats to Mother Earth and all life, demand a worldwide ban on uranium mining, processing, enrichment, fuel use, and weapons testing and deployment, and nuclear waste dumping on Native Lands.”

—Declaration of the Indigenous World Uranium Summit December 2, 2006

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SRIC is part of the Stop Forever WIPP Coalition.
The nuclear waste dump is permitted to operate until 2024, but the federal government want to expand the amount and types of waste allowed with NO end date.
We need your help to protect New Mexico!

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