Press Room & Media
AFLEP in New Mexico
By KUNM | January 18, 2021
Listen to Arturo Sandoval, founder of the Center of Southwest Culture, on KUNM’s “Espejos de Aztlán” discuss the importance of Place in New Mexico within the context of a rapidly changing world. A New Mexico public bank could help to support our communities and facilitate their growth with respect, within tradition.
By KRQE | January 16, 2021
Watch as Dan Mayfield of the New Mexico Credit Union Association explains to KRQE’s Brady Wakayama and Stephanie Chavez that a New Mexico public bank is “a great low cost, very easy way to make sure small businesses and economic development projects, municipal projects of all kinds, can get capitol pretty quickly.”
By KRWG | December 14, 2020
Alliance for Local Prosperity presented to the Las Cruces City Council on December 14, 2020 on the merits of a public bank for New Mexico. Supporters for a NM Public Bank include State Senator-Elect Carrie Hamblen, Councilor Gabe Vasquez and Councilor Kasandra Gandara.
By Richard Eeds, KTRC | Dec 2, 2020
Why does New Mexico need a Public Bank? Listen as Richard Eeds interviews Elaine Sullivan and Melissa Pickett of Alliance for Local Economic Prosperity about the ways a Public Bank could benefit all New Mexicans in the midst of the challenging times we are facing.
By Jim Harvey, Albuquerque Center for Peace & Justice | Nov 18, 2020
Is it time for Public and State Banks? Jim Harvey talks with Sarah Manning and Rebeca Jasso-Aquilar of the Alliance for Local Economic Prosperity about why we need public and state banks in New Mexico.
By MK Mendoza, KSFR | Nov 12, 2020
Wake Up Call’s MK Mendoza speaks with two leading representatives from the non-profit Alliance for Local Prosperity about how public banking statewide could literally turn things around for New Mexico as we find out way out of economic hardship.
By Retake Our Democracy | June 23, 2020
AFLEP is joined by Ellen Brown, Chair of the Public Banking Institute, and Paul Stull, President and CEO of the Credit Union Association of New Mexico for this panel discussion about the potential benefits of a New Mexico state public bank. Panel facilitated by Retake Our Democracy.