Thank you, Dixon Lunch sponsors and guests!

We had another terrific First Amendment Dixon Lunch this year, thanks to our inspiring awardees, compelling keynote speaker and engaged attendees! We honored Dr. Annette Marie Rodriguez with the education award for her work exposing waste and corruption at Northern New Mexico College. The Santa Fe New Mexican’s chief political reporter, Steve Terrell, received an Read More …

FOG announces the 2016 Dixon Award Winners

Four New Mexicans have been selected by the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (FOG) to receive the organization’s top honor for open government – the Dixon First Amendment Award. Given since 2002, the award is in memory of FOG co-founder and longtime board member William S. Dixon, who was an Albuquerque attorney and leading Read More …

Ann Cooper will be FOG’s 2016 Dixon Lunch Keynote Speaker

FOG is pleased to announce that this year’s keynote address for the William S. Dixon First Amendment Lunch will be delivered by Ann Cooper on Wednesday, October 5 at the Embassy Suites in Albuquerque. Ms. Cooper is an award-winning journalist and foreign correspondent with more than 25 years of radio and print reporting experience. Since Read More …

Thank you for making our Dixon Lunch a tremendous success!

Our 25th anniversary year First Amendment Dixon Awards Lunch was our best event yet – and it’s all thanks to our wonderful supporters like you!   We hope you enjoyed the FOG 25-year history video.  Thanks to Kent Walz, Rep. Jim Dines, Terri Cole, and Roger Thompson Voiceover for their participation.  Thanks to Charles “Bazz” Read More …

Congratulations, 2015 Dixon Award Honorees!

Four New Mexicans have been selected by our board of directors for FOG’s top honor – the Dixon First Amendment Award. Given since 2002, the award is in memory of FOG co-founder and longtime board member William S. Dixon, who was an Albuquerque attorney and leading defender of the First Amendment and the state’s sunshine laws. Read More …