We provide this list for those who'd like a sense of our direct action work.
|Employed various tactics to continue pressure on City government to remove the racist "plaza Obelisk" including letters, phone zaps, and public education campaigns.||Three Sisters Collective||September 2020 - Present|
|Organized and supported multiple supply drives for Indigenous communities fighting COVID-19.||Various groups and organizers from local Pueblo communities as well as the Apache and Navajo nations.||June 2020 - Present|
|Phone Zap to Santa Fe City Councilors and Finance Department to cut the Santa Fe Police Budget by 50% and reinvest in our community.||Santa Fe While Black||July 2020|
|Led joint SURJ & Walk The Talk safety team, under direction of The Red Nation.||Three Sisters Collective's rally on the plaza to support the removal of the racist "Plaza Obelisk"||June 2020|
|Supported Santa Fe While Black (SFWB)'s petition to the Mayor and City Council to defund the Santa Fe Police Department. At SFWB's request, SURJ organizers met with Mayor Webber to call him in to defund the police and reinvest in our community, reiterating SFWB's five demands. Compiled resource and reading list on defunding the police and shared with Mayor and Councilors.||Santa Fe While Black||June 2020|
|Restarted Northern NM SURJ. Formed new Organizing Group, revitalized social media accounts, connected with local BIPOC activists to offer support.||June 1, 2020|
|NNM SURJ Organizing Group disbanded.||Fall 2017|
|Continued monthly meetings of SURJ Education/Outreach Group.||Summer 2017|
|Facilitated Radical Cultural Awareness training for Retake Our Democracy.||May 2017|
|Presented Learn About SURJ session for residents of Dixon, NM.||March 2017|
|Co-hosted community event No More Heroes: Grassroots Challenges to the Savior Mentality.||Jordan Flaherty (Journalist, Author, Activist) in conversation with Andrea Serrano of OLÉ and Beata Tsosie-Peña of Tewa Women United.||March 2017|
|Supported University of New Mexico students in their rally and direct action against white supremacist Milo Yiannopoulos who was speaking on the Albuquerque campus.||Invitation by coalition of UNM students.||January 2017|
|Continued monthly meetings of SURJ Education/Outreach Group.||Winter/Spring 2016-17|
|Hosted a Letters Against Fascism letter-writing night. Letters and emails sent to Electors, Governor of North Dakota, President-Elect trump, and President Obama.||Marginalized communities threatened by political appointments and promised policy changes of President-Elect trump.||November 2016|
|Built 12 Mirror Shields and reinforced 8 more to be sent to water protector camps.||Call to action by artist Cannupa Haska Luger in support of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.||November 2016|
|Organized fundraising event to support the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Raised just over $8000.||Supply runs to water protector camps by indigenous artist/activist Amber Morningstar Byars and efforts led by The Red Nation.||November 2016|
|Held second community gathering.
|Collected donations, and drove pickup truck and UHaul of supplies to water protector camps in North Dakota. NNM SURJ did this supply drive in collaboration with Tewa Women United and Wise Fool New Mexico.||Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.||September 2016|
|Participated in Street Action at Entrada de Don Diego de Vargas to protest Santa Fe Fiestas||Call to action by The Red Nation and Spirit of Po'pay.||September 2016|
|Participated in march through Downtown Santa Fe calling for Clemency for Leonard Peltier||Call to action by The Red Nation.||August 2016|
|Held first community gathering.
||Call to action by The Movement for Black Lives.||August 2016|
|NNM SURJ created in response to rise in awareness of nationwide violence against people of color, specifically police brutality against black people and the Orlando Pulse nightclub shootings. From the outset, founding group realized necessity to focus on local and indigenous issues.||July 2016|