The New Mexico Human Services Department is now accepting economic relief assistance applications until Friday, October 7, at 5 p.m. from low-income residents
New Mexico Republican ad denounced as racist for darkening figure in stock photo
Migrant Buses Compared to 1962 'Reverse Freedom Rides' of Black Families
Here’s Everyone Who’s Immigrated to the U.S. Since 1820
Migrants are people who leave their country for any reason, such as employment, family reunification, or education.
Refugees are people who flee their country because of credible threats of danger or persecution and because they’re not protected by their own government.
Asylum-seekers are people who’ve applied for protection — refugee status — on arrival in a country besides their own.
Internally displaced people (IDPs) are displaced by conflict, violence, or natural disasters within their own country.
Immigrants are people from a foreign country who relocates to live in another country. They may or may not be citizens.
Aliens are people from a foreign country who is not a citizen of the host country. They may be there to visit or just stay for a while.
Undocumented immigrants/illegal alien are foreign-born people who do not possess a valid visa or other immigration documentation, because they entered the U.S. without inspection, stayed longer than their temporary visa permitted, or otherwise violated the terms under which they were admitted.
Jazz Pianist & NEA Jazz Master Ramsey Lewis Dies at the age of 87
R.I P. Comedian David Arnold
New Mexico’s labor movement is alive and well
Serena Williams rendered a generation of rivals obsolete, changed the way future generations would approach tennis and laid all her brilliance out one last time... she is the BEST
Serena's famous fans! Husband Alexis Ohanian - wearing a T-shirt with their five-year-old daughter Olympia's photo on - is joined by Robert Kraft, Russell Wilson, Ciara, Spike Lee and Billie Jean King to watch Williams in the US Open
Jadyn Edwards Named to MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List
Business picks up at Albuquerque skating rink
Lamont Dozier, legendary Motown songwriter and producer, dead at 81
New Mexico High School Football
School Board Members of Color Uncover How School Boards Work
What Is Monkeypox?
Bill Russell, Who Transformed Pro Basketball, Dies at 88
Africa in the Bible: The Myth of a Cursed Race (Part 1)
Have you seen this brother?
At Blerdcon, Black nerds see themselves and find their tribe
Community outraged after a SWAT standoff leaves a teen dead and a home destroyed
Photo provided by Ronnie Wallace
Don Perkins, UNM and Dallas Cowboys legend, dies
Erasing Mental Health Stigma in the Black Community
7 Common Health Concerns African Americans Should Monitor
Mali nonuplets in perfect health on first birthday
Senate confirms Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court in historic vote
Credentials of Supreme Court Justices
Marijuana is now legal in New Mexico: What you need to know
Albuquerque Museum Honors Legacy of First African American Families to Homestead
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Biden signs the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill into law
Here’s a breakdown of how much will be spent in New Mexico:
$2.5 billion over five years for federal-aid highway apportioned programs
$225 million over five years for bridge replacement and repairs At least
$366 million over five years to improve public transportation options across the state
At least $100 million to help provide broadband coverage across the state 785,000 New Mexicans (about 38% of the state) will be eligible for the Affordability Connectivity Benefit, which will help low-income families afford internet access
$355 million over five years to improve water infrastructure across the state $38 million over five years to protect against wildfires
$13 million to protect against cyberattacks $38 million over five years to support the expansion of an electric vehicle charging network in the state Approximately $90 million over five years for infrastructure development for airports
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A Black Man Once Walked 2,000 Miles To Start A Town In New Mexico Called ‘Blackdom’
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Why Republicans Are Moving To Fix Elections That Weren't Broken
Buffalo Soldiers in New Mexico
Worst Revolution Ever
and some officers 'were catering to the rioters'
In 1982, four Black attorneys filled a void in the New Mexico legal community. There was no entity in place that addressed the particular needs of African American attorneys in the state.
Today, that group of four has now expanded to over 75 attorneys who hold dear to the original tenets of the organization: to conduct a program of continuing legal education for the membership; to improve the method of judicial selection and tenure; to study the needs of the State and community for legislation, and to protect the civil rights of the citizens of the community though the legal profession.Website
Meet The New Generation Of Black American Cowboys
Africa is home to some 30 percent of the world’s mineral reserves, eight per cent of the world’s natural Gas and 12 per cent of the world’s oil reserves. The continent has 40 percent of the world’s gold and up to 90 percent of its chromium and platinum. The largest reserves of cobalt, diamonds, platinum and uranium in the world are in Africa. It holds 65 per cent of the world’s arable land and ten percent of the planet’s internal renewable fresh water source.
Africa is the richest continent for diamond-mining, accounting for almost half of world production.