What does it look like to reshape a relationship between law enforcement and the communities it serves? How can we, as citizens and as a community, ensure our families are safe, and our law enforcement agents are properly equipped to protect and serve in our city?
For the May TEDxABQ Salon, we are bringing together leaders, community members, organizers, professionals and law enforcement agents from a wide range of communities in Albuquerque to share their ideas and visions for what it means to protect and serve in ABQ. This salon seeks to engage in and inspire constructive, non-partisan conversation on how we can address the challenges we now face as a community and create a healthy and safe Albuquerque.
TEDxABQ Salon | Protect and Serve ABQ
Thursday, May 1, 2014 5:30pm - 7:30 pm
Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
2000 Mountain Road Northwest
Albuquerque, NM 87104
Local light snacks and cash bar
There is no charge for tickets, but a reservation is required for entry.
The TEDxABQSalon is a place to start conversations and spread ideas that matter. We endeavor to bring together thought-leaders, visionaries and curious minds to create an atmosphere of exploration. Due to the intimate style of this event, created to foster discussions, seating is limited. Light snacks and a cash bar will be provided by Slate Street Café.
Space is limited, so get your ticket today!
Hosted at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History