The two founders of a three-decade old community development incubator that helped launch dozens of businesses in Taos County, Terrie Bad Hand and Pati Martinson have moved on to their next project.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is presenting the world with an unprecedented situation that will have immediate and longer-term impacts on our communities. At TCEDC, we are doing our part to protect the health and safety of our staff and community partners. To this end, we have taken the following steps in response to this global pandemic.
On the 21st of December, from 10am-2pm, TCEDC hosted our first Tamale Make & Take Workshop taught by Henrietta Gomez of Taos Pueblo. Students of all ages and cooking skills attended on Saturday morning, eager to learn the art of tamale making for the holiday season. Thank you to everyone who participated and made this class possible! We look forward to the next class.
"Us leaving home wasn’t a result of us coming from a bad home,” Joseluis said. “It was the result of incredible culture loss and ultimately, erasure. And once you see it from that perspective, then the journey back home becomes a cause."