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   With all this disrespect to our history in the past weeks, such as the removal of statues to our chicano Northern New Mexico history and culture, I will not give up my heritage because of Bureau of Land Management or Red Nation Ideology.

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    Kudos to Sam Chavez, Johnny Villareal and Marcie Martinez for their articulate, truthful letters to the editor concerning the tearing down of statues, destroying our history.

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    I write in response to the June 12 letter from Rio Arriba County Commissioner James Martinez, who states he will “keep on praying.” He states that “I am a Christian first and foremost and my faith in Jesus Christ guides my decisions in all that I do.”

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    I note the June 19 march in support of Black Lives Matter and cannot help but wonder. If we presume that Black lives (undercase) matter (undercase), how come Black Lives Matter (or any Democrat office holder) are not protesting the tens of thousands of Black babies killed by Planned Pare…

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    Hispanics in New Mexico are direct descendants of the settlers that came with Juan de Oñate in July 1598 and named it Nuevo Mexico 250 years before the establishment of the present day nation of Mexico. Therefore no part of Mexico, New Mexico was already here. The Americans didn’t cross …

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    In regard to the removal of the statue of Juan de Oñate and the graffiti left there, I believe the statue should be put back and the people who put the red paint on the base should be given a choice to either clean it up or face arrest.

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