May 9, 2023

Two terms will emerge as the defining words of this moment in time, and no, I’m not talking about AI. The two terms are: migrants/refugees and immigration. Going forward, the terms will be less about people seeking a better life than it will be about escaping the harsh realities of climate change or the territorial delusions of unhinged political leaders. Instead of thinking we can deport our way back to normalcy, we have to understand migration is a constant flow of people looking for safety and survival; For now, the US is bracing for the end of Title 42 along the US-Mexico border and its impact on border policies but some cite another source for influencing our border policies — Ukrainian refugees; Nearly half of Baby Boomers have no retirement savings. What will happen?; When we grieve our something happens in our brains and scientists can now see the change; and Could recycling be making our environment worse? Go beyond the headlines…

How those fleeing Ukraine inspired US border policies

Zelensky Makes Pointed Putin Move Ahead of Russia’s Victory Day Parade

The 2020 census may have missed a big share of noncitizens, the bureau estimates

Nearly half of baby boomers have no retirement savings

Mental illness is not responsible for America’s guns crisis

How the brain changes when we grieve

Recycling plastics might be making things worse

Cornell University offers amazing bird identifying app

Bolivian general Prado Salmon who captured Che Guevara dies

Indigenous Guard occupy Bogotá’s historic Plaza de Bolívar

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