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"Brain fog" – a colloquial term for significant, persistent cognitive deficits, with consistent impairment of executive
functioning and working memory.
Critical Race Theory
An academic movement of civil-rights scholars and activists in the United States who seek to critically examine the law as it intersects with issues of race, and to challenge mainstream liberal approaches to racial justice.
SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham unveiled bipartisan legislation Thursday that would lower the state’s Gross Receipts Tax rate an additional quarter-percent to 4.625 percent and create a deduction for a wide range of services sold to other businesses, saving New Mexicans as much as $411 million in total.
Potential New Treatment for " Brain Fog" in Long COVID Patients
Individuals with long COVID, sometimes referred to as "long-haulers," experience symptoms that may persist for weeks, months, or even years after their acute viral infection.
Santa Fe – Office of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham
The Current Supreme Court, throwing down the gauntlet over the "separation of church and state" vs. the rule of "religious autocracy."
1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
May 31 – June 1, 1921
In the wake of the violence:
• 35 city blocks lay in ruin
• 800 people were treated for injuries
• as many as 300 people may have
"I Have a Dream"
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
“March on Washington”
August 28, 1963
Native Americans gather at powwow to celebrate culture
Dozens of Native Americans representing tribes from across the country came together March 11 to celebrate their culture in a powwow at the University of Maryland in College Park.
By Carolyn Van Houten and Dana Hedgpeth – Washington Post, 03/11/2023
Ban Ignorance and History Unlearning
The banning of library and school books is a blatant attempt to remove the multiplex of racial, ethnic, national, and gender destinctions that formed and continues forming what is the United States of America.
By Carl Hitchens
Blog – March 23, 2023
U.S. Supreme Court Goes Silent on Womens' Rights
On the application for injunctive relief (Whole Woman's Health Et Al. v. Austin Reeve Jackson, Judge, Et Al.)
Aug. 14, 2022
Aug. 21, 2022
Oct 31, 2022
Mar. 23, 2023
Juneteenth now a Federal Holiday