Culture Change

The City of Albuquerque Office of Equity and Inclusion was established by Mayor Tim Keller in 2018. In 2020 we launched the Culture Change Training Initiative. Every month, our office provides learning opportunities for City Employees to become involved in changing the culture in local government so that our City can achieve our goals of making Albuquerque more equitable, inclusive and anti-racist.

About the Culture Change Initiative

We kicked off this training initiative in January 2020 with a few departments and have expanded our reach by opening our trainings to all City employees. Our goal is for every City employee to have the opportunity to attend our workshops.

2020 The Culture Change Progress Report

The Office of Equity and Inclusion's Culture Change Training Initiative published its 2020 Culture Change Progress Report in March 2021. The report documents the efforts the City has undertaken to normalize conversations about equity and make progress toward a more inclusive Albuquerque.

Training/Workshop Resources

Resources provided below is for convenience and informational purposes only; they are not an endorsement or an approval by the City of Albuquerque and Office of Equity & Inclusion. Our goal is to share a brief list of resources and racial equity/anti-racism organizations. This is not a full list as there are many individuals and organizations who are also doing this work. The City of Albuquerque and Office of Equity & Inclusion is not responsible for the accuracy, legality, or content of the resources shared or for that of additional information shared by those resources. To expand your own resource list, we encourage you to do your own research. For answers to questions regarding the resources and content shared contact the organization directly.