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What Are Keywords?
Why Keyword Research Is So Important
Where to Use Keywords
Interest—Desire—Buy
Keywords and Interest
Google Keyword Tool
Choosing Seed Keywords
High Volume vs. Relevancy
Amazon’s Keyword Tool
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Use Tags as a Bonus Fourth Place to Enter Keywords
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About the Author

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

Gerardo tells us that he drank three gallons of water since his rescue, but he still shows signs of dehydration. He has not urinated for 24 hours. He is also severely traumatized and cries while we treat his feet. We use Florida Water and chamomile tea to help with his stress and

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

The Department of Homeland Security reports that apprehensions were down by 30 percent in the first quarter of 2007. Homeland Security provides this statistic as evidence that its border enforcement policies are working. However, research conducted in

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
What Are Keywords?
Why Keyword Research Is So Important
Where to Use Keywords
Interest—Desire—Buy
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Google Keyword Tool
Choosing Seed Keywords
High Volume vs. Relevancy
Amazon’s Keyword Tool
Compile a Final List of 7 Keywords
Long Tail Keywords Convert
Entering Your Keywords In the Right Places
Add Keywords to Your Title or Subtitle
Add Keywords to Your Book Description
Add Keywords to the Keywords Field
Use Tags as a Bonus Fourth Place to Enter Keywords
Choose Multiple Niches
Wrapping It All Up
About the Author

Introduction

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

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“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

The Department of Homeland Security reports that apprehensions were down by 30 percent in the first quarter of 2007. Homeland Security provides this statistic as evidence that its border enforcement policies are working. However, research conducted in

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

Gerardo tells us that he drank three gallons of water since his rescue, but he still shows signs of dehydration. He has not urinated for 24 hours. He is also severely traumatized and cries while we treat his feet. We use Florida Water and chamomile tea to help with his stress and

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

Gerardo tells us that he drank three gallons of water since his rescue, but he still shows signs of dehydration. He has not urinated for 24 hours. He is also severely traumatized and cries while we treat his feet. We use Florida Water and chamomile tea to help with his stress and

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

Gerardo tells us that he drank three gallons of water since his rescue, but he still shows signs of dehydration. He has not urinated for 24 hours. He is also severely traumatized and cries while we treat his feet. We use Florida Water and chamomile tea to help with his stress and

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Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

The Department of Homeland Security reports that apprehensions were down by 30 percent in the first quarter of 2007. Homeland Security provides this statistic as evidence that its border enforcement policies are working. However, research conducted in

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

To learn how you can help, email action@nomoredeaths.org, or contact No More Deaths at 3809 E. 3rd St., Tuscon, AZ 85716, (520) 495-5583.

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The NM Game Commission voted unanimously at its meeting earlier this month in Roswell to reject a plan that identifies the state’s most vulnerable wildlife species and suggests measures to protect them. Commission members, salve
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An exhibition of paintings by Las Cruces artist Meg Freyermuth opens today (Friday) at SWEC’s Cottonwood Gallery at 5 p.m. in time for the monthly Downtown Ramble. Meg recently completed the first Artist-In-Residence program for the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Many of the paintings on display were done during that time. Meg will be on hand tonight to greet visitors and talk about her work. Her show runs through January.

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

Gerardo tells us that he drank three gallons of water since his rescue, but he still shows signs of dehydration. He has not urinated for 24 hours. He is also severely traumatized and cries while we treat his feet. We use Florida Water and chamomile tea to help with his stress and

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

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New art show opens tonight at Cottonwood Gallery

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An exhibition of paintings by Las Cruces artist Meg Freyermuth opens today (Friday) at SWEC’s Cottonwood Gallery at 5 p.m. in time for the monthly Downtown Ramble. Meg recently completed the first Artist-In-Residence program for the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Many of the paintings on display were done during that time. Meg will be on hand tonight to greet visitors and talk about her work. Her show runs through January.

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

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Introduction
What Are Keywords?
Why Keyword Research Is So Important
Where to Use Keywords
Interest—Desire—Buy
Keywords and Interest
Google Keyword Tool
Choosing Seed Keywords
High Volume vs. Relevancy
Amazon’s Keyword Tool
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Entering Your Keywords In the Right Places
Add Keywords to Your Title or Subtitle
Add Keywords to Your Book Description
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Use Tags as a Bonus Fourth Place to Enter Keywords
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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

Gerardo tells us that he drank three gallons of water since his rescue, but he still shows signs of dehydration. He has not urinated for 24 hours. He is also severely traumatized and cries while we treat his feet. We use Florida Water and chamomile tea to help with his stress and

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

The Department of Homeland Security reports that apprehensions were down by 30 percent in the first quarter of 2007. Homeland Security provides this statistic as evidence that its border enforcement policies are working. However, research conducted in

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

To learn how you can help, email action@nomoredeaths.org, or contact No More Deaths at 3809 E. 3rd St., Tuscon, AZ 85716, (520) 495-5583.

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Game Commission rejects plan to protect state’s most vulnerable wildlife

The NM Game Commission voted unanimously at its meeting earlier this month in Roswell to reject a plan that identifies the state’s most vulnerable wildlife species and suggests measures to protect them. Commission members, salve
all of whom were appointed by Governor Martinez, cited objections raised by ranchers and oil companies, and said the plan contained “too many” species and was “regulatory” (which it isn’t). The commission’s action makes New Mexico ineligible for approximately $800,000 in annual federal funding for wildlife conservation. Read more here.

New art show opens tonight at Cottonwood Gallery

An exhibition of paintings by Las Cruces artist Meg Freyermuth opens today (Friday) at SWEC’s Cottonwood Gallery at 5 p.m. in time for the monthly Downtown Ramble. Meg recently completed the first Artist-In-Residence program for the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Many of the paintings on display were done during that time. Meg will be on hand tonight to greet visitors and talk about her work. Her show runs through January.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
What Are Keywords?
Why Keyword Research Is So Important
Where to Use Keywords
Interest—Desire—Buy
Keywords and Interest
Google Keyword Tool
Choosing Seed Keywords
High Volume vs. Relevancy
Amazon’s Keyword Tool
Compile a Final List of 7 Keywords
Long Tail Keywords Convert
Entering Your Keywords In the Right Places
Add Keywords to Your Title or Subtitle
Add Keywords to Your Book Description
Add Keywords to the Keywords Field
Use Tags as a Bonus Fourth Place to Enter Keywords
Choose Multiple Niches
Wrapping It All Up
About the Author

Introduction

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As people enter the tent, three volunteers, themselves returned migrants, take down the name, age, and Mexican state of each person who comes for assistance. They do this because so many people are missing, separated from each other or lost in the desert. If someone comes looking for you, they will know that you have passed through here.

The migrants are hungry and thirsty and gratefully accept Gatorade™ and bean sandwiches. They tell us “Gracias,” and “God will repay you for your kindness,” but we are only one small link in a chain of people who want to help them. A local woman comes nightly carrying a large casserole of Spanish rice. DIF, a Mexican social service charity headed by the mayor’s wife, donates packages of Cocoa Krispies™. Migrants waiting to go home prepare bean sandwiches for newly arrived migrants.

The people who really need our help are not hard to find. They are the ones who can hardly walk from blisters and dehydration or who cannot keep the tears from flowing. One of these people is Gerardo, father of five from Guadalajara. The bottom of Gerardo’s feet appear burned, with large blisters on the balls of both feet. Ground temperature in the desert may be 160 degrees or more in summer. When he first comes for treatment under one of the tents, his feet are the focus. But soon Gerardo begins to weep and we move him into the Mexican Red Cross van. Out of public view, Gerardo spills out his grief and his story.

He began his journey about a week before in Guadalajara on a broken-down bus crammed with migrants on their way to Altar, Sonora, a staging area for crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. In Altar Gerardo and a friend joined a small group of eight migrants to trek through the rugged Arizona desert. They began the journey late in the afternoon the day after their arrival. Each migrant carried a gallon jug of water and one large bottle of water. On the second day, Gerardo and his friend could no longer keep up with the rest of the group and their guide who left them behind. When their water ran out, Gerardo and his friend drank their urine. When he could no longer produce his own urine, Gerardo drank his friend’s. The friend told him to think of it as water and not to be ashamed. On the third day, the men realized that they were going to die if they didn’t find someone to help them. They reached a road and put their hands together to pray as they waited for someone to help them.

The first vehicle to come was a Border Patrol van. They watched in desperation as it passed them by, until a ways down the road the driver slowed down and turned around. A female Border Patrol agent got out of the van, saw the men’s condition and began to give them emergency medical treatment.

“She was kind to us,” Gerardo stressed as he recalled their rescue. Gerardo’s condition was not critical, but his friend’s was. The agent took his friend to a nearby hospital and brought Gerardo to the detention center. There border agents gave him more food and intravenous fluids while they processed his deportation. Gerardo doesn’t know what happened to the friend who saved his life.

Gerardo tells us that he drank three gallons of water since his rescue, but he still shows signs of dehydration. He has not urinated for 24 hours. He is also severely traumatized and cries while we treat his feet. We use Florida Water and chamomile tea to help with his stress and

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Mateo has three sons who are U.S. citizens. He is the coach of their Little League teams. He has lived for many years in Phoenix. His ex-wife is a U.S. citizen. He has never been in trouble, used no welfare or social services, paid his taxes and is a union member. Unfortunately for Mateo, he also has no papers and was married to an alcoholic. When he filed for divorce, the judge gave him full custody, but his ex-wife retaliated; she called the police. When the police came to the house, Mateo tried to explain that his wife is an alcoholic and showed them his custody agreement. His children told the police not to take their father, that their mother is the abuser, not their father. Nevertheless, the police took Mateo to jail and told him that he would need pictures of empty liquor bottles in the house to prove that his ex-wife is an alcoholic. In jail, officials determined that Mateo was in the U.S. illegally.

Feeling disgraced and fearful, Mateo signed the voluntary removal order instead of staying in jail indefinitely. He was returned to Mexico. Mateo then did what any father would do. He tried to return to his children. But what he thought would be a relatively easy journey, turned into a three-day hike in the Arizona desert, without food and without water for the last day. On the third day he was apprehended by Border Patrol agents and again returned. Mateo has no money. This time his hopes of returning to his children are shattered.

The current U.S. administration maintains that it values faith and family. Gerardo, Gina and Mateo exemplify these values. Gerardo held strong to his faith in God as he crossed the Arizona desert to seek a better life for his children. Gina wanted to see her mother again after a long separation and never dreamed that the price for that privilege was to be unable to return to her children. Victor devoted himself to his family and became a valuable community member. Thousands of people like Everardo, Gina and Victor have passed through the tents at Mariposa Street in 2007. In March alone 19,583 migrants came through the tents; 7,175 of them were women and 983 were minors, many of whom were trying to join parents already in the U.S. During the summer months, the U.S. Border Patrol began to fly migrants back to Mexico City. Those apprehended for the first time were given the option of being flown to Mexico City instead of Nogales. About half agreed. Unfortunately, this program was discontinued. Currently about 300 migrants a day are being returned through the Mariposa Port in Nogales, with some additional migrants returned after 10 p.m. through the downtown Nogales Port of Entry. According to Professor Rivera Cortez, this number will continue to decline through February 2008 after which it will rise again, peaking in late spring.

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As this humanitarian crisis continues and the U.S. presidential election draws near, lawmakers are distancing themselves from the immigration debate. The humanitarian crisis on the U.S./Mexico border makes their inaction reprehensible. It is difficult to imagine that they could maintain their distance if they took the time to travel to the tents in Nogales to meet someone like Gerardo, Gina, or Mateo. Face-to-face with these people they would learn profound lessons about faith and family and see for themselves the pain and suffering caused by their ill-conceived policies.

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Game Commission rejects plan to protect state’s most vulnerable wildlife

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New art show opens tonight at Cottonwood Gallery

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An exhibition of paintings by Las Cruces artist Meg Freyermuth opens today (Friday) at SWEC’s Cottonwood Gallery at 5 p.m. in time for the monthly Downtown Ramble. Meg recently completed the first Artist-In-Residence program for the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. Many of the paintings on display were done during that time. Meg will be on hand tonight to greet visitors and talk about her work. Her show runs through January.

Use your Albertsons card before Dec. 31st

As of January, 2016, Albertsons will no longer be honoring community partner cards in New Mexico. So if you have them, please use your cards when you shop at Albertsons this holiday season. It’s been a great source of funding for SWEC over the years, thanks to our supporters. Do you shop online? Please consider using Amazon Smile. When you do, a small percentage will be donated to SWEC, at no added cost to you. It is easy—just follow this link. Questions? Ask Lydia, at Lydia@wildmesquite.orgor 575-522-5552. Thank you for your support!

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December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, about it more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
(Santa Fe) – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, patient
diagnosis December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, about it more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
(Santa Fe) – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, patient
diagnosis December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
(Santa Fe) – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, patient
diagnosis December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, sales
December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, about it more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
(Santa Fe) – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, patient
diagnosis December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
(Santa Fe) – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, patient
diagnosis December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, sales
December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
JourneySantaFe sponsors Sunday morning gathering of progressive thinkers who explore, more info through presentations, issues that influence our daily lives and the lives of future generations. All conversations are FREE and OPEN to the public and take place at Collected Works Bookstore (202 Galisteo St. in Santa Fe, NM)

December 6, Sunday, 11 am

Think Like an Eco-System
With Merle Lefkoff, Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Host & Moderator: Bill Dupuy, former News Director for KSFR Radio Station

Merle Lefkoff, Founder and CEO of Center for Emergent Diplomacy, spent decades as an international mediator in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Central and Eastern Europe. She received a research grant to study Complex Adaptive Systems, also called Complexity Science, and its application to global peace building. She was appointed Guest Scientist and Affiliate at the Center for Non-Linear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where she explored the natural laws that govern collective human behavior.

Lefkoff will iscuss how the national security system has gone astray, and how the Center for Emergent Diplomacy is scaling up social change to the system level. “We have a laser focus on the root causes of economic collapse and climate catastrophe.  It’s too late for Band-aids, and we have some new ideas about how to disrupt and replace the worn-out structures causing inequality and global warming”.

Read full story at www.JourneySantaFe.com
By Majd Isreb, medicine
M.D.

At times of increased tension, population health
both ISIL and racists in the west are taking a similar path to polarize the public. I’d propose an alternative approach to avoid a bleak future with limited civil liberties.

Coming back from a medical mission that treated the unfortunate Syrian refugees in Jordan, nurse I could imagine the customs and border protection officer denying my entrance to the country of my citizenship because I am a Muslim. “I am sorry, doctor, but the rules have changed since your departure,” he would say. Sitting in that cold waiting room waiting for an airline to take me somewhere in the world, my past 18 years would flash in front of my eyes. This is a situation that I hope would never transpire.

Born with blue eyes and fair complexion to a father from Latakia, a town on the coast of Syria, and a mother from the heart of Damascus, I can’t say that my experiences have been similar to other Arabs or Muslims. I have witnessed, however, the horror of 9/11/01 and the backlash experienced by many of them and even by non-Muslim Indians wearing turbans. We are living today in similar times with high tension since the Paris and San Bernardino attacks. Of course these cowardly attacks do not represent Islam just as the Oklahoma City bombing does not represent Christianity. The heart of the matter, nevertheless, is that we are all falling into a ploy leading us to believe in a clash of civilizations or religions.

In 2011, a group of Syrians started a nonviolent uprising against the injustice and lack of political liberty imposed upon them by the Assad regime. They were met with brutal force. Unfortunately, some started carrying weapons to defend themselves. Many neighboring countries, with blessing from major world powers, added fuel to the fire by allowing foreign fighters to enter Syria. ISIL was, therefore, formed. The latter, however, does not represent Islam nor the Syrians. Its extreme ideology has been supplemented by spectacular, horrific and televised acts of terror. Since then, the whole world determined that it is the enemy and countless countries commissioned airstrikes in Syria with no regards to civilian lives.

Meanwhile in the West, there is a rise of fascism with racist slurs and religious bigotry. It is built on a rhetoric that ignites fear and rage in a population that is not familiar with foreign events, and leads to alienation and cornering of minorities. Hate crimes are on the rise and Muslim minorities are finding themselves in a defensive position. Two of them with sick brains in San Bernardino adopted an extremist reaction. By doing that, they validated the racist rhetoric and assessment and, thus, increased its popularity.

Both ISIL in the Middle East and the racists in the West have the same agenda: polarizing the populace into an “us against them” mentality. With every televised horrific ISIL act and the ensuing bombings, more civilians in the Middle East are turning to ISIL for safe haven. On the other side, with every racist action in the west, more Muslim youth feel alienated and regress into an extreme religious propaganda available all over the Internet and thus more join an extremist organization. This closes the loop on a vicious cycle. Unfortunately, the media is falling into this trap like many of us. They are overplaying and overanalyzing every action and contributing to the division.

Sitting in that cold room, I could remember abandoning the medical specialty that I loved the most because it was popular among American graduates and choosing a less popular specialty. I could recollect practicing in an underserved area with a salary below the reasonable wages for my specialty for several years. I could remember the countless number of US patients that I treated from the heart without ever asking them about their religion or nationality. I would wish that people stood together across all religions and races and stopped this slippery slope. I would hope that instead of bombing Syria, we shut down ISIL’s social media and bank accounts, arrested their oil exports to Europe and halted the flow of weapons to Syria. I would desire that we called out racists when we saw them, that we wrote to the media when they produced biased reports, that we networked with each other and rallied to tell the country and the world that that was not the trajectory we wanted for humankind. I would wish that we built bridges, not destroyed them.

Majd Isreb, M.D., Vancouver, Washington, is an immigrant from Syria and a nephrologist.
(Santa Fe) – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, patient
diagnosis December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.
The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Central Public Health Office will be hosting a flu shot clinic on Friday, sales
December 11th from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the St. Genevieve Parish Hall, 1025 E. Las Cruces Ave. in Las Cruces, NM. There is no charge to those attending the clinic, but everyone should bring their insurance card, including Medicaid or Medicare, with them.

Everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine each flu season, especially people in the following groups because they are at high risk of having serious flu-related complications or because they live with or care for people at high risk for developing flu-related complications:

• Children 6 months through 4 years of age
• Pregnant women (any trimester)
• People age 50 and older
• People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, lung or heart disease, and those who are immunocompromised
• People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
• People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu
• American Indians and Alaskan Natives
• People who are morbidly obese
• Healthcare and early childhood personnel

People in these groups should also consider seeing their health care provider to be evaluated for antiviral medication if they develop flu symptoms.

For more information on the no-charge flu shot clinic, call the Las Cruces Central Public Health Office at (575) 528-5001.

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