The complete agenda is available for this wonderful conference – come and discover stories and history that have influenced the development of our Genízara Culture, across the Southwest.
There wil be a practice for youth interested in the Danzante & Musico traditions at our Canon de Carnue Land Grant Hall:
12-2 on Saturday July 20 – Free BBQ to follow.
Activities and Crafts for youth are planned.
For more info, call Venessa Chavez Gutierrez at (505) 400-0940
This important book will reveal legal approaches, based on domestic and international law, to alleviate the badges of servitude which still exist for those of indigenous Genízaro heritage. Examining the issues surrounding Genízaro identity, dignity and the law is the forthcoming book Slavery in the Southwest – coauthored by our Land Grant President Moises Gonzales and Bill Piatt, Law Professor Emeritus and NM native. Due to be published fall of 2019.
We were blessed to have a meeting in May with newly-elected Congresswoman Deb Haaland, who is taking an interest in issues relating to New Mexico Land Grants.
June 14 & 15 is the San Antonio de Padua Fiesta – come enjoy some culture and help us celebrate the establishment of San Antonio and resettlement of bicentennial resettlement of Cañón de Carnué Land Grant!
The Cañón de Carnué Land Grant Heirs Appreciation Night with Felix y Los Gatos!
Saturday Evening, May 18th from 7-11 pm at the Rock Canyon Tap Room, #364, NM-333, Albuquerque, NM 87123.
We celebrated our 200 Year re-settlement of the Land Grant!
The wonderful exhibit that has been on display at the Gutierrez-Hubbell House in the South Valley will host an important Conference – if you are interested in learning more about our heritage you will love what you see and hear! Click here to learn more about the exhibit on Facebook! Click here to get directions to the Gutierrez-Hubbell House!
UNM Press is about to publish this book co-edited by our Land Grant President, Moises Gonzales ( along with Enrique R. Lamadrid. The book examines the history, cultural evolution and survival of the Genízaro people. The focus of the book is on ethnogenesis, place and identity in New Mexico.
Click here to pre-order the book at UNM Press.