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Race, History & Healing Project


The Race, History & Healing Project is a community-centered process for meaningful and courageous conversations about our shared cultural resources with an open invitation to all voices and a steadfast commitment to collective solution building. Authentic dialogue can lead to a set of solutions and responses that address not only the conflict surrounding the Oňate statue as part of the La Jornada public art installation on the grounds of the Albuquerque Museum, but also respond to underlying concerns.

The community is encouraged to participate by attending online group conversations, submitting input through the survey linked below, viewing informational videos, and reviewing the public documents on this page.

The community is invited to participate in three small-group conversations that will help the City of Albuquerque to determine the future of the Oňate statue and La Jornada. As these are challenging conversations, we request that community members commit to participating in all three sessions, each of which builds upon the previous session.

You can participate in the facilitated sessions by registering at Hold My Ticket here. Sessions include: 1) Looking inward: acknowledging our own formation and origins, 2) Building relationship, and 3) Community. Participants are asked to follow the guideposts found here.

The survey can be found here.

RHHP Community Update Newsletter

Informational Videos

File Access

View the Cuarto Centenario Project files here.

Project News