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Breonna Taylor and gentrification, who gets to have open streets, and higher ed in the pandemic. photo courtesy of Philafrenzy via Wikimedia Commons
There’s no room for kids in the coronavirus policies, and states continue to see record numbers of new cases. photo courtesy of Usernet123u via Wikimedia Commons
This week’s episode is part one of a series of episodes highlighting the work of artists who are responding to COVID.
Reyna Hernandez is a South Dakota based artist whose work explores ideas of identity hybridity in relation to her Indigenous bloodlines and westernized education.
Not everything about pandemic parenting has to be a major life lesson, sometimes it’s about the little things.
New York cancels its primary and slashes the education budget, and new corroboration for the allegations against Joe Biden. photo courtesy of The White House via Wikimedia Commons
The responsibilities and pressures of parenting during an already anxious quarantine increase as my son’s mother gets sick.
Being both the parent and teacher for my six-year old becomes especially challenging during the “empty days” of quarantine life.
I thought co-parenting a six-year old autistic boy as a newly separated dad would be a challenge, and then along came a global pandemic …

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