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September 17, 2021

Human misery and desperation are escalating across the globe. We have only to turn our attention to the sea of humanity amassing at the Texas/Mexico border. The fact that a good portion of the 10+ thousand people congregating at the border aren’t Spanish-speaking speaks volumes to the fact that artificial border designations may becoming obsolete as climate and escalating violence drive people to find safe havens; The housing crisis goes beyond inventory shortages; Have scientists discovered how to stop breast cancer cells in their (multiplying) tracks?; A new collaboration app aims to bring joy to remote teams; and Grab your face masks and check out which local museums are opening their exhibits for free viewing Saturday (Sept. 18) in celebration of Museum Day! Go beyond the headlines…

Museum Day is back September 18! Visit free at participating museums

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