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Covid Long Haulers Tend to be Woman, People of Color, of all Ages and Underserved

Author: Luiza Cavalcante (Leftist) A recent study of 153 COVID-19 patients by Dr. Liam Townsend at Trinity College Dublin, has found that lingering symptoms (including fatigue, general ill-health, and breathlessness) are all common following COVID-19 infections regardless of the disease’s severity. The research shows that a whopping 62% of patients had not returned to full … Continue reading Covid Long Haulers Tend to be Woman, People of Color, of all Ages and Underserved

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The Problem With Consumer-Driven Charity: From Apple to (RED) to Conscious Step

Author: Luiza Cavalcante (Leftist) As consumers become more in tune with the environmental and societal ramifications of their purchases from unsustainable industries, a trend of consumer driven charity is on the rise.  It happens at the checkout counter when you’re asked to round up your total to end childhood cancer or when a company claims … Continue reading The Problem With Consumer-Driven Charity: From Apple to (RED) to Conscious Step

Can Cardona Improve Immigrant & ESL Student Integration In Public Schools?

Author: Camila Rios (Left Leaning) President Joe Biden nominated Miguel Cardona as the next U.S. Secretary of Education. Although Cardona has been named, he expects a rigorous Senate investigation hearing on Wednesday.  The nomination of Miguel Cardona was very strategic. Here is someone who has an incredible personal story of beating the odds as a … Continue reading Can Cardona Improve Immigrant & ESL Student Integration In Public Schools?