Reading Time: 6 minutes Stop that individualized bullshit of “not me.” Do not step away from your collective. You are at the center of all of this. You as an individual and you as a collective. Do not exempt yourself from the hard feelings because you cannot imagine your knee in that man’s neck.
Reading Time: 3 minutes While Twitter’s move Tuesday is incremental, it signals the company is willing to take more of a stand on misleading content on its platform — even if the person tweeting that misleading information is the president of the United States. The challenge will be when it decides to weigh in on the endless bucket of half-truths, conspiracy theories, and outright lies politicians post every day, and which are likely to increase in cadence as we get closer to the 2020 presidential election.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Confidence in Boris Johnson is steadily dropping. If he hopes to salvage his own position,
Cummings has to go. The fact that he hasn’t already hints at some behind the scenes shenanigans
to mischief manage, or at the very least avert revelation of skeletons in the closet. There have
been lies, more lies and then gaslighting upon gaslighting by our leaders. Whatever happens
today, this story is far from over.
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Reading Time: 5 minutes If you choose not to vote, then you are the privileged of the privileged because you are not thinking of the consequences of your non vote on lives like mine. It’s just that simple. Only the privileged whose lives are not affected by anything that has happened over the last 3 1/2 years can justify not voting.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The question of how to implement a humane form of economics that requires less productivity of individual workers is the more onerous task. But perhaps, with the majority of Americans forced to reckon with an unprecedented state of inactivity, we’ll be more inclined to put down our phones and separate accomplishment from self-worth. Writers like Smart have long argued that this is beneficial and, ironically, can make us more productive in the long run.
PopSugar: After Growing Up Without a Father, a Man Made a Helpful YouTube Channel For Kids Who Need Support
Reading Time: 2 minutes Once he became a dad, Rob knew he needed to get creative when it came to helping those children growing up without a parent. Because of his experience, over the last month, he’s been giving back to the community through his YouTube channel, “Dad, how do I?,” which provides kids and teens with “useful, practical content to many basic tasks that everyone should know how to do.”
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Reading Time: 4 minutes Youth of color and their families face significantly higher health risks associated with the coronavirus than their peers. According to the CDC, African-Americans accounted for one third (33 percent) of patients admitted to U.S. hospitals and a similar percentage of COVID-19 deaths (34 percent). Yet, African-Americans are just 13 percent of the U.S. population.
Reading Time: 3 minutes By: Lisa M. Hayes – Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women…