About New Mexico Jewish Journal

About New Mexico Jewish Journal
View from Sandia Peak photo © Diane Joy Schmidt/New Mexico Jewish Journal

The New Mexico Jewish Journal is an independent publication launched in 2024. If you sign up with your email, you can chose to sign up for free, and you'll be assured of getting our publication, free, and intermediary emails. Every reader counts! And if you subscribe today with a payment, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you are a founding member! Your subscriptions and community support are only what makes your very own state-wide community paper, the New Mexico Jewish Journal, exist, survive, and flourish. Thank you!

Are you seeing all the content? Along the top of any page, notice the names for different sections, also known as tabs, along the top. Reading this on a cell phone, or on an ipad? Click the three bars (phone) or three dots (ipad) at the top corner of your screen for the drop-down menu, to see all these sections! So far, these are Life Cycle Announcements; Mikvah-Creativity; Announce, Write, Draw, Submit; and Subscribe, Support, Advertise .

SUBSCRIBE: The New Mexico Jewish Journal is free to subscribe to, AND, you may also select a monthly or yearly tier, and pay by credit card to support the NMJJ. If you prefer, you may mail a check, and we'll enter your subscription. Remit to (make the check out to):
New Mexico Jewish Journal, LLC
PO Box 1293
Corrales, NM 87048

You may also make a direct deposit at Nusenda Credit Union, 800-347-2838, to the New Mexico Jewish Journal bank account. For account details, email editor@nmjewishjournal.com.

Editorial Committee:

Diane Joy Schmidt  Publisher and Editor. Journalist, author and photographer
Sara Koplik, Ph.D.  Director, Hillel, University New Mexico
Rabbi Min Kantrowitz  Rabbi/Chaplain, Albuquerque, and writer
Michael Wald  Lawyer; Board, Jewish Community Foundation, Albuquerque
Norma Libman Journalist, author and public speaker; Board, NMJHS Society
Claudette Sutton  Editor and writer, Santa Fe
Nan Rubin  Media consultant; past president, Temple Beth-El; Co-founder, Radio KTAL community radio, 101.5 FM Las Cruces.
Marla Cohen  Director, Jewish Federation of El Paso and Las Cruces
Ron Duncan Hart, Ph.D.  Institute for Tolerance Studies, Santa Fe

Our NMJJ Editorial Committee meeting on March 14, 2024, plotting the launch - and the next issue!

Contributed advice, suggestions, and corrections (of course!) to making this inaugural issue, alphabetically: Gloria Abella Ballen, Vicky Camerlingo, Carmen Espinosa, Maria Espinosa, Judith Fein, Sarah Fullmer, Charles Geoffrion, notably Mark Glaser, Shlomo and Michaela Karni, Rashad Mahmood, Frank Morgan, Jeff Paul, Natalie Reid, notably Erika Rimson, Paula Amar Schwartz, Rabbi Celia Surget, notably Lynn Trojahn, Marcia Torobin, Jorgie Winsberg, SCORE, and now we just got huge news 3/19/24: We have been accepted by the New Mexico Local News Fund Program and awarded an Accelerator Grant.
Cheering us on: The Jewish communities of New Mexico and the region, and all our ancestors and relations.

Questions? Write to us at editor@nmjewishjournal.com.

Future Plans:
We do hope one day to have a quarterly print edition. Also, we would hope some day to be able to put up a digital archive of all the past issues of the former New Mexico Jewish Link, starting with available .pdfs, and conceivable working our way back to digitizing all the old copies.

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COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS OF THE NEW MEXICO JEWISH JOURNAL

Community Supporters of the inaugural issue of the New Mexico Jewish Journal include:

Jewish Community Foundation of New Mexico
Congregation Albert
Temple Beth Shalom
Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque
The Institute for Tolerance Studies
Community Event! Sephardi Trio Federation of El Paso and Las Cruces