Alibi V.21 No.39 • Sept 27-Oct 3, 2012 
Easter, 1941: Roy Ebihara (at far left, with siblings Mary, Kathy and Bill) was part of a tight-knit Japanese community living in Clovis, N.M. After Japan declared war, the families were threatened by neighbors and forced to move to a small camp in Lincoln County. They were finally interned at Topaz Relocation Center in Utah.

News Feature

Dark Days of Detention

The legacy of Japanese American internment in New Mexico

Advocacy group raises awareness about internment camps during WWII in our state.

Occupy the Alibi

The Occupation Isn’t Going Anywhere

As Mitt Romney’s campaign death-spirals, the movement turns one

As Mitt Romney’s campaign death-spirals, the movement turns one.
Students protest anti-abortion group’s signs
Mary Bowannie

Newscity

Freedumb of Speech

Racist anti-abortion posters draw student ire

Native American students were shocked by posters displayed on UNM campus. They led a demonstration of their own in response.

Council Watch

Hot in Here

The Council gives a thumb’s up a landmark designation at Bataan Memorial Park but won’t support Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal Day.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because it happens to someone else.
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EVENT HORIZON ()

For Young Pioneers

Peter and The Wolf

Musicians and alumni from the UNM's music department and local artists narrate the popular children’s tale. Sarita Sol González opens the show with original performance poetry.
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Measure Up

LEAP Into Science: Measure up

Kids learn what people used to measure before tape measures and explore non-standard measurement.
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