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Everywhere across the United States, the coronavirus has caused anxiety and real economic harm to people we know and love, and it has created fear for those who depend upon the services of nonprofit organizations such as Southeastern Guide Dogs. more
I am saddened. more
Getting our society back to some sense of normalcy will require several milestones to be met. And none are as important as finding out who has been exposed to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, and who we might still need to protect if “herd immunity” doesn’t work the way scientists hope. more
Millions of young Americans want to shrink their carbon footprints. more
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the American invasion of Okinawa on Easter Sunday, April 1, 1945 — the final and bloodiest battle of the Pacific War. more
There is a great danger in times of widespread social distress that people may turn to bigotry and hatred of “the other.” more
From what I’ve picked up in my limited exposure to the news, the cataclysm affecting so many aspects of daily life also is having a significant impact on those dealing with some form of mental illness. more
When Ruth Fertel mortgaged her house so she could buy a single steak restaurant in her Louisiana hometown in 1965, her friends and family thought she was off her rocker. more
My grandmother did some things I could never understand, or at least so I thought. more
As the virus that causes COVID-19 spreads across the United States, and as more public and private sectors take drastic measures to combat this pandemic, it is vital that police, prosecutors, judges, parole officers and governors also respond immediately by reducing the footprint of the criminal legal system. more
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