July 1, 2020

#PrayforVanessaGuillen.Strong rumors surfacing that the remains of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen may have been found. Searches are being called off;That the United States has fallen so low in global leadership and standing isn’t just evident with the nation’s rising Coronavirus cases, accusations of human rights violations that has the United Nations concerned and increasing tensions with our allies and adversaries, but in the growing list of countries barring US visitors to their countries; Officials say the unemployment rate is far higher than reported and these groups are hit the hardest; and Chicano Literature just lost a Founding Father. Go beyond the headlines…

Human remains found during search for missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen

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