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Mission Statement

Chainbreaker works to expand access to affordable transportation and support economically and environmentally sustainable communities for low-income people in Northern NM.

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How the Pandemic Threw Fuel on a Growing Housing Movement

How the Pandemic Threw Fuel on a Growing Housing Movement

January 12, 2022

Organizers and activists hope the pandemic has changed how America thinks of housing for good.BY BRYCE COVERT Special thanks to […]

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Join the movement!

Join the movement!

January 4, 2022

Chainbreaker Collective is organizing an Advisory Committee for the CONNECT Network.  This committee will be made of 7-10 members which […]

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Organizing Principles

  • Because we believe that people of color’s voices continue to be overwhelmed by those from more privileged backgrounds, we will give them priority for our organizational membership and leadership.
  • Because we believe that the people most affected by injustice are most effective at changing it, leadership for our campaigns will come directly from those who stand to be most affected by the outcome.
  • We will insure that our resources will remain available and inviting to people who are systemically denied access to education and wealth by giving preference to the economically disadvantaged, people of color, elderly, disabled, women, youth and members of the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) community.
  • Because we believe that our work both affects and is affected by policies and social movements beyond our scope and reach, we will work in solidarity with movements for social and economic justice.

Vision Statement

We envision a Santa Fe with clean air, water and soil that supports a sustainable community for all its members. We believe that a sustainable community must include:

  • A transportation system that allows for its’ members to get where they need to go in a safe, reliable and affordable way.
  • A housing system in which low-income and people of color have equal access; where residents are free of the threats of unwanted gentrification and displacement because they have direct control and the final say in how their community develops and where they can live safely and comfortably without needing to spend more than 1/3 of their income on housing costs.
  • Accessible public spaces, maintained in good condition for gathering, socializing, recreation and that promote healthy lifestyles.

As our work moves forward, our vision for the world we want to live in expands. Become a member today and help our mission evolve.