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John Lewis’s final words.

July 30, 2020 0

By John Lewis Mr. Lewis, the civil rights leader who died on July 17, wrote this essay shortly before his death, to be published upon the day of his funeral. While my time here has now come […]

News readership slips from its pandemic peak

July 30, 2020 0

People are getting tired of news about coronavirus. In the United Kingdom, the drop-off is strongest among women and younger people, according to a new study by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism […]

As SEC relaxes rules, small businesses raise money

July 30, 2020 0

Honeycomb Credit is a small crowdfunding company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It typically handles 10 inquiries a day from business owners seeking loans from the community. Since pandemic hit, it is averaging 30 to 40 daily.  […]

$2M baby: Russian tot gets pricey shot

July 28, 2020 0

A 1-year-old Russian girl suffering from a rare neuromuscular disease has received an injection of what’s been dubbed the world’s “most-expensive shot,” thanks to online fundraising efforts led by her mother that drew donations from […]

Two Masks

July 27, 2020 0

By Deirdre L. Jones-Lowman Lately, I have been thinking a lot about masks–psychological and physical masks as we adjust to our new normal. I posit that masks are worn for safety, protection and to disguise […]

Zenger movie review: ‘The Old Guard’

July 27, 2020 0

“The Old Guard” is a film that is so woke, it puts its audience to sleep. Netflix’s attempt to fill the superhero void is more progressive than it is heroic. As Americans figure out what […]

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