March 23, 2020

Another week of living with the coronavirus reality means a new reality for more people everywhere: sheltering in place, working from home, more home-cooked meals, online education, etc. Under any other circumstances, it would seem like the ultimate stay-cation but it’s not. Not when millions are losing their jobs on a daily basis, and there’s a particular segment of the population that is most at risk of a future on the economic edge; The importance of everyone being tested when feeling sicker than usual can’t be stated enough and Trump is now sending this message to undocumented Americans; A troubling trends is emerging in Texas: child abuse cases are on the rise. Experts say it’s not a coincidence seeing this spike during these times; and TIME magazine just created a gift for parents with homebound students. Go beyond the headlines…

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