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The Abya Yala mural

UNM Physician and Native Health Initiative Sponsor Indigenous Mural Project

The Native Health Initiative and its director, UNM physician Anthony Fleg, MD, are partnering with local Indigenous artists to bring a piece of public art to the city. Artists Votan Henriquez (Maya/Nahua) and Leah Lewis (Laguna/Hopi/Zuni/Diné) are leading the mural project, titled Abya Yala: Indigenous Freeways. The mural will be painted May 1-2 at 3904 Central Avenue NE.

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10 Reasons Why Travel Advisors Are Industry Essential

It’s been more than a year since the pandemic roiled the nation, spurring social distancing, upending small businesses and stunting travel. As headlines about ravaged commercial airlines and empty hotels swirled, Congress worked to provide relief to the travel and hospitality industry. But while the government doled out assistance to airlines, restaurants and other highly visible sectors, one lesser-known, but no less critical, group went unaccounted for.

A TSA agent checks travelers through security at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, Calif., on Tuesday, January 26, 2021.MediaNews Group / via Getty Images

Deadline for Real ID for air travel pushed back due to pandemic

The Department of Homeland Security will delay the requirement for air travelers to have a Real ID-compliant form of identification, pushing it back 19 months, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Tuesday. The deadline was supposed to be Oct. 1, but it's now being postponed until May 3, 2023.