News & Opinion
 Alibi V.29 No.33 • Aug 13-19, 2020 
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Hunger Pains SOS!

COVID-19 response makes US look like a banana republic

Food banks are seeing an average increase of 50 percent in the number of people served compared to this time last year. Feeding America's latest food bank survey, based on preliminary data, estimates an additional 17 million people, or around 54 million people (one in six) total, in the United States could become food insecure in 2020 as a result of the pandemic.
Robin Babb

Community News

Youth Organizers Protest Cops in Classrooms

Fight For Our Lives denounces criminalizing students of color

Over the weekend a protest to defund the Albuquerque Public Schools Police Department led by Fight For Our Lives, a local youth-led organization that campaigns for school safety and racial justice, met at the APS Headquarters and marched through Uptown.
Town Square

Town Square

Judicial Fraud Impacts Americans

Is justice possible under “corrupt and malicious” judiciary?

Why do politicians fight to fill judicial openings with their buddies? This question may sound naive—but is it?
The News Monkey


Criminal Justice Reform Subcommittee says police reform will be a focus for the next round of legislation; health orders seem to be paying off, as New Mexico is showing a test positivity rate that is significantly lower than neighboring states; environmental officials have issued an emergency rule requiring employers to promptly report known cases of coronavirus in the workplace.
Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

Dateline: United Kingdom

Funny because growing an arm-penis happens to someone else.