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We work with many other organizations
who also support our mission.

Common Bond pages are VERY SLOW. Be patient.
-->   U21 -- Under 21 Youth group
A weekly gathering in a safe space for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, and questioning youth under 21 years of age.  Lots of activities, supervised by adult facilitators. 
-->   SAGE -- Services & Advocacy for Elders
Offers support through social and educational programs to enhance the lives of all older gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals in the city of Albuquerque.
-->   The Emergency Project -- HIV/AIDS Assistance
Helps prevent homelessness for low income New Mexicans living with HIV/AIDS by providing, on a “last resort” basis, rent assistance when a client is forced to move due to a hostile or dangerous environment.
     Albuquerque Office of Civil and Human Rights   Albuquerque Pride, an all-volunteer organization working year-round to create the annual GLBT Pride event   Equality New Mexico, a membership organization that uses the political process to work for LGBT equality in New Mexico. For further information, phone (505) 224.2766, email,or write 1410 Coal Ave. SW, Albuquerque, NM 87104.   Human Rights Campaign, working for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equal rights.    New Mexico Gay Men's Chorus
  N-MPower, originally formed to promote HIV/AIDS education in Gay, Bi- and Trans communities, now helps young men to live physically and emotionally healthy lifes. Aimed at men ages 18 through 26, it is funded primarily by Planned Parenthood as a health-education outreach.
136 Washington St SE, Suite E.

<== Link to the NMPOWER Facebook page.   Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico.

  UNM Queer Student Alliance, meets Wednesdays at 7 PM in one of the Student Union's 3rd floor meeting rooms ( reserved rooms change).

UNM QSA now focuses mostly on preparing an annual drag show and an annual performance festival. Its Facebbok page promotes events at local bars (it is NOT selective in postings). Due to a change in Constitution and name (it had been the UNM Queer Straight Alliance), "allies" can now feel unwelcomed. UNM QSA assumes that ALL students have i-phones set up to receive Facebook posts, and has given up on its email distribution list. UNM QSA usually posts events just an hour or so before they occur.

Here is the group's new Mission Statement (Spring 2016):

"The Queer Student Alliance (QSA) at the University of New Mexico (UNM) is a student organization consisting of LGBTQQIA* students, faculty/staff, community members and their allies. We provide safe environments, events and social opportunities for all UNM students, affiliates, and community members regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. QSA hosts annual Drag Shows in the fall and Performance Festivals in the spring, as well as social outings, community events and educational activities throughout the rest of the school year. Our ultimate mission is to promote awareness of LGBTQQIA* issues via on-campus advocacy and activism, educational presentations, community outreach, and interdepartmental collaboration related to homophobia, transphobia, heteronormativity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and equality for all."

<== Click the link to the QSA Facebook page.


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