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TRANSFORMATIVE MASCULINITY: Exploring Traditional and Emerging Manhood

Friday, July 17, 12pm MT online via Zoom

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Times of upheaval till the soil for new growth. This moment in history promises to bring lasting changes to our society – locally, nationally, and globally. While it is not possible to predict what those changes will be, each of us has the opportunity to participate in shaping tomorrow’s community. As men and masculine folks, we are faced with the uncertainty of what our roles in this future will be.

We can cling to the violent practices of manhood passed down for generations. Or we can participate in the growing movement to transform masculinity out of rigid gender norms, to not only relieve our communities struggling under the trauma of male violence – but to also relieve ourselves of these limitations and lean into our full humanity.

Join us for a conversation with Jess Clark, Scott Davis, Larry Hinojos, and Patrick Jaramillo, where we will go deep into the challenges and promises of Transformative Masculinity.

Meet the Panelists



Project Manager Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority

Scott Davis has been living, working and organizing in Rio Arriba and Santa Fe counties of New Mexico since 2007. He has worked as a project manager rehabilitating Native housing in the region since that time. During these years, he has been educated through close relationships in the community, in men and boy’s role in ending violence against women and girls, as well as, what it means to be a white settler in the Tewa World. Coupled with his role as a resource trainer for A CALL TO MEN, Scott has found purpose addressing white male privilege and how it can be leveraged toward justice.



Education and Prevention Manager, Solace Crisis Treatment Center

Jess Clark is the Education and Prevention Manager for Solace Crisis Treatment Center in Santa Fe, NM. His work over the last decade has focused on increasing youth capacity to interrogate systems of oppression, exploring queer/trans masculinites as a site of violence prevention, and supporting organizations in better serving transgender communities through policies, best practices, and learning to be like Jess’s grandma. He is Vice Board Chair for Girls Inc. of Santa Fe and serves on the Santa Fe Public Schools Equity and Diversity Committee.



Health Promotion Specialist, Bernalillo County Community Health Council

Larry Hinojos grew up in the South Broadway community of Albuquerque New Mexico, His family is from southern New Mexico Hatch and Las Cruces. Mr. Hinojos is a survivor of childhood domestic violence and sexual violence. Mr. Hinojos has worked with many organizations to stop gender base violence, domestic violence, and sexual violence and promote heathy masculinity with self-identified boys and men of color throughout New Mexico for many years. Mr. Hinojos currently serves on three boards:
*Institute for Development of Economic and Educational Alternative Board (IDEEA), a collective collaboration in community to build critical awareness for social change
*Together for Brothers Board (T4B), a non-profit working to build capacity for young men of color to be leaders at the all levels in their communities
*South Valley MainStreet Board works to develop resources, encouraging cooperation and building leadership in the district, promoting a positive image for the district by conducting activities that highlight the district's historical and cultural values and other positive aspects.



Associate Director, American Friends Service Committee's New Mexico Program

Patrick Jaramillo is a Nuevo Mexicano, born and raised in the Española Valley. He now lives and works in Albuquerque, where he is the Associate Director of the American Friends Service Committee's New Mexico Program.

Ripple Catalyst Studio is an LLC incorporated in the state of New Mexico. 

The Ripple Series is fiscally sponsored by Generation Human Rights.

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