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Daily Archives: March 6, 2023
Opinion | Tennessee and the Anti-Drag Race – The New York Times
We have to figure out how we are going to spend our in between time, the time between birth and death. Would we choose to gamble it on hate and greed, or on infecting ourselves and others with love?
© Norma Bobb-Semple 2023
In Between – normabobb
We have to figure out how we are going to spend our in between time, the time between birth and death. Would we choose to gamble it on hate and greed, or on infecting ourselves and others with love? © Norma Bobb-Semple 2023
Source: In Between – normabobb
Newsom says California ‘done’ with Walgreens over abortion pill restrictions – San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Ten Numbers to Mark Three Years of COVID-19 | KFF
6,859,093 Global number of COVID-19 deaths to date* Since the pandemic began, there have been almost 7 million reported COVID-19 deaths worldwide. This is likely an underestimate, as many COVID deaths have gone unreported and uncounted. Estimates using excess death calculations place the true toll at closer to 15 to 20 million, or even more.
1,115,637 U.S. number of COVD-19 deaths to date Since the start of the pandemic, more than 1.1 million of all reported COVID-19 deaths have been in the United States.
Editorial: Abortion opponents are trying to revoke FDA approval of a drug. That’s scary – Los Angeles Times
Stanford archaeologist defends Black history, LGBTQ education – Los Angeles Times
“It is hard to ignore the realities of indigenous boarding schools when you have to reckon with the countless unnamed burials attached to these schools,” Flewellen says. “It is impossible to ignore the travesty of the Tulsa race massacre when you are confronted with the actual mass burials of African Americans who sought to live there.”
Flewellen is especially troubled by the seeming lack of concern among some political figures for students who come from communities that have seen their histories either whitewashed or left out.
Political and educational leaders in places such as California, Texas and Florida, where the scholar grew up, have moved to ban the study of systemic injustice under the guise of eliminating critical race theory. Some school districts have imposed restrictions on teachings about gender on the grounds that affirming portrayals of LGBTQ people are harmful to children.
Source: Stanford archaeologist defends Black history, LGBTQ education – Los Angeles Times
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