Alibi V.28 No.50 • Dec 12-18, 2019 
Erin Garrison and Trista Teeter

On Assignment

Free Food Forever

Local nonprofit finds fruit for folks

The mission of Food is Free Albuquerque is to connect local humans with the abundant harvest that is all around them. We met with Erin Garrison, the executive director and talked about sustainable agriculture, Albuquerque style.

Editorial

Present Tense

A city moves forward somehow

Southeast Albuquerque is moving forward IDEDC; Albuquerque still trying to recover from gutting of mental and public health programs and suffers record-breaking homicides.
The News Monkey

Newscity

Mayor announces that crime data system will undergo independent review; Lawmakers hired consultants to examine near-universal health care coverage; ART buses have been involved in a number of collisions.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Funny because menstruation badges happen to someone else.
Image courtesy Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Socialist Republic of Vietnam

EVENT HORIZON ()

Chúc mừng năm mới!

Vietnamese New Year Festival

Celebrate Lunar New Year, a time to celebrate family, renewal and prosperity with a traditional ceremony, music, dance performances, traditional Vietnamese dishes and much more.
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Image courtesy of NM Political Report by Andy Lyman

EVENT HORIZON ()

Let''s Rise Up in 2020

NM Women's March

Women Rising, the 2020 New Mexico Women's March, happens on Sunday, Jan. 19 at noon. This year's rally, highlighting immigration rights, climate justice and reproductive rights happens in the middle of Downtown, at Albuquerque Civic Plaza. Besides a protest march, powerful speakers are scheduled to bring an affirmative and empowering message to an event that also features crafts and informational booths, food trucks and live music. For more info and a printable flyer about this free, all-ages victory march, visit nmwomensmarch.org.

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