In addition to our Main Office in Albuquerque, ACLU-NM maintains the Southern Office in Las Cruces. Both offices work to educate local communities about civil liberties and constitutional rights, investigate reports of civil rights violations and work with state and local governments to promote and safeguard constitutional freedoms for the public at large. The Southern Office is also the home of the Regional Center for Border Rights.
ACLU-NM also has three local chapters throughout the state. If you are concerned about rights violations in your community, please contact the local chapters listed below or the ACLU-NM office nearest to you.
Northern New Mexico Chapter
Contact Frank Susman, Chapter President by email [email protected]
Southwestern New Mexico Chapter
Meetings are usually held on the third Thursday of odd-numbered months, however other meeting dates may be set by the chapter board. Meetings are normally scheduled for 6:00 PM in the Silver City Library Conference Room and, except for occasional executive sessions, are open to the public. For more information, contact Peter Falley by email at [email protected]
UNM Law School Chapter
Meetings are held on an ad hoc basis. Contact Co-Presidents Jerry Archuleta or Lou Ann Branch to receive updates on upcoming meetings and events.