Monthly Archives: March 2020

Trillions for war, nothing for beds, masks, tests and ventilators: We Have Met the Enemy and It’s a Tiny Virus


March 30, 2020 Trillions for war, nothing for beds, masks, tests and ventilators: We Have Met the Enemy and It’s a Tiny Virus By Dave Lindorff The take-down of both aircraft carriers supporting the US Navy’s Pacific Fleet by the … Continue reading

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Supporting Immigrant Students in Dearborn, MichiganLydia Breiseth


American Educator Current IssueSpring 2020 Where We Stand: Supporting All Children as If They Were Our OwnRandi Weingarten More Than a Warm WelcomeSupporting Immigrant Students in Dearborn, MichiganLydia Breiseth Students with Interrupted Formal EducationUnderstanding Who They AreBrenda Custodio, Judith B. … Continue reading

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Small things and small decision-makers can make the difference: Here is the tale of One contributer to the surprising End of the Quarantine of East Germany on November 2020


UPDATED:MAR 18, 2019ORIGINAL:APR 12, 2018 The Surprising Human Factors Behind the Fall of the Berlin Wall First came the botched press conference. Then the actions of an angry, tired secret police officer who thought he had nothing to lose. Soviet … Continue reading

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Best Speech on Topic of Discipline and Responsibility in Time of Crises 2020


The Leader of the Free World Gives a Speech, and She Nails It By Justin Davidson@JDavidsonNYCPhoto: Handout/Getty Images Angela Merkel doesn’t do drama and she doesn’t give speeches on TV. So the mere fact that the German chancellor faced the camera … Continue reading

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New Mexico Caps Insulin Costs, Plans to Import Medicines as AARP-supported Rx bills working their way through statehouses across the country


New Mexico Caps Insulin Costs, Plans to Import Medicines AARP-supported Rx bills working their way through statehouses across the country by Dena Bunis, AARP, March 5, 2020 | Comments: 7 GETTY IMAGES En español | New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has signed two … Continue reading

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“Age Bias Costs us All” by Jo Ann Jenkins


Everyone Pays the Price for Age Discrimination According to a new AARP report, bias against older workers cost the U.S. economy an estimated $850 billion in 2018 by Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO, AARP, March 4, 2020 |  GETTY IMAGES En español | Our … Continue reading

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Disrupt Age Discrimination, America! According to a new AARP report, bias against older workers cost the U.S. economy an estimated $850+ billion every year


http://www.aarp.org › info-2020 › jenkins-age-discrimination-economy by Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO, AARP, March 4, 2020 | Comments: 0 … The report also found that age discrimination may have cost the U.S. 8.6 million jobs and $545 billion … While bias against older workers affects all industries, the technology and …Age Discrimination in the … Continue reading

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Many decades of blockades and quarantines in our lives


Some people have been shocked and awed by the blockades and quarantines. I look back at my life and see a connection. Let me share.–Kevin Stoda https://eslkevin.wordpress.com/2020/03/29/1989-blockades-ended-walls-broken-down-borders-prohibitions-burst/ 1989–Blockades Ended, Walls Broken Down, Borders & Prohibitions Burst Posted on March 29, 2020by eslkevin       By … Continue reading

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1989–Blockades Ended, Walls Broken Down, Borders & Prohibitions Burst


By Kevin Stoda Some years ago in a 3 part series [1], I reviewed important events that occurred in Europe in 1989. I reflect on this now as those events will likely be what we witness again at the end … Continue reading

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2001–blockade or prohibitions of flight travel


by Kevin Stoda All of my high school students were born after the events of September 11, 2001. Currently, these youth in America are facing the Coronovirus and their own subsequent personal and community quarantines. This is there first super-crisis … Continue reading

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