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A new report finds that pandemic-related job loss will cause twice as much chronic homelessness than the 2008 Great Recession, with Latinos and African Americans especially vulnerable.By Stephanie Serrano
The names of five family members have been added to a memorial to enslaved workers at the University of Virginia A bill moving through the General Assembly might help school divisions struggling with access to broadband connections necessary for distance learning Lawmakers are also re-thinking the definition of a hate crime – and who can be prosecu…
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The Southwest Land Alliance has been protecting ranches and farms around Archuleta County since 1981. Now Colorado Open Lands is merging with the Alliance to support their legacy.By Local News Network Pagosa Springs
On Friday's Mark Levin Show, the Constitution is the Constitution and that's a fact! Republicans must use parliamentary tools to ensure that they keep Kamal Harris in the Senate breaking ties, for the rest of her tenure. Democrats are running circles around Republicans and Republicans are allowing a dangerous precedent to be set in their attempt to…
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New York may repeal an anti-loitering statute that's been used by police to disproportionately target Black and Latinx trans women for suspected sex work. Activists hope a repeal, of what's known as the 'Walking While Trans' law, would limit false arrests and violence toward transgender people.By WNYC Radio
Elected officials, including Bronx/Queens Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, are now backing the workers' strike at the Hunts Point Produce Market, where employees have entered day four of a strike over wages. Some 1,400 employees represented by the Teamsters Local 202 union, comprised of warehouse workers and drivers at the gargantuan indust…
As Congress enters a new session, with Democrats carrying slim control of the U.S. Senate, leadership across Senate committees will also shift to the Democrats. That means big changes for Vermont's two senators: Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders.By email@example.com (bpatterson)
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New York officials say there are are 11-hundred incarcerated people over the age of 65 in state prisons. WNYC's Gwynne Hogan reports, there's no timeline for when they'll get vaccinated, even as COVID infections surge in the facilities.By WNYC Radio
An organization with the goal to empower women and eliminate racism has added new members to its board. Nicole Radford and Tammie Stanley are the newest board members of the YWCA Northwestern Illinois . Karen Brown, board chairperson, said all members are leaders in their fields. “They are all volunteers in the community. They all have a desire to …
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The death of a Black doctor from COVID-19 is shining new light on racism in medical care and how the virus is devastating Black communities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports Black and Latinx people are dying of COVID-19 at a rate almost three times that of white Americans. Last month, Dr. Susan Moore posted a now-viral video o…
President Biden has promised that 100 million doses of vaccines will be administered in his first 100 days — but some public health experts think the country can do much better. Gang of Eight, Gang of Six, Grand Compromise... the storerooms of Congress are littered with tried-and-failed drafts of comprehensive immigration reform proposals from the …
We take listener calls on the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, Governor Baker's decision to start rolling back COVID restrictions, and the state's vaccine rollout.By WBUR
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The ban on outdoor dining is “arbitrary, irrational, and unfair” according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by a coalition of Bay Area restaurants and wineries. The suit says that there is no scientific evidence to support the spread of COVID-19 in outdoor settings, and it warns that businesses will continue to close unless the ban is reversed. The state…
George Saunders is one of the most celebrated fiction writers today but his new book looks back to examine great stories of the past. "A Swim in the Pond in the Rain" is a close look at seven classic 19th century Russian short stories that grew out of a class he's long taught on Chekhov, Turgenev, Tolstoy and Gogol as a creative writing teacher. Sa…
As COVID-19 continues to spread and mutate nearly a year into the pandemic, many people struggle with assessing the risk of day-to-day activities amid a sluggish vaccine rollout. The numbers in California -- more than 3 million cases and more than 35,000 deaths -- while rising, are beginning to level out. At the same time, California Gov. Gavin New…
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Sebastian Gorka, Sean Spicer, and Jack Murphy about what the future holds for Trump supporters, the MAGA platform, and whether or not there will be a Trump 2024. Did Trump supporters storming the Capitol put an end to the Trump movement as we knew it? Are there other politicians waiting to pick up the “make A…
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Illinois’ Attorney General filed a lawsuit challenging a new rule from the Environmental Protection Agency. Kwame Raoul says the ‘Clean Air’ cost-benefit rule would undercount the effects of carbon emissions leading to climate change. The EPA proposed the change in June in how it considers the relative costs and benefits of regulations under the Cl…
KC: Hello listeners! Welcome to the Sound of Science on WNIJ. I’m NAME from NIU STEAM and I’m joined by fellow STEAM Team member NAME. ANN: Today we’ve got a question from our listener Kaden S. Kaden wants to know “Why is Neptune so cold?” KC: I can only assume Kaden means the planet Neptune and not the Neptune Residence Hall, since this is a show …
On today's show: 00:19 Indoor dining can resume at 25% capacity starting February 1, along with some other things. What are the details? And is it enough to keep restaurants going? 07:49 Detroit property values are rising, with more than a billion dollars in new residential value being created in the last couple years. And it's in almost all of Det…
Welcome to WNIJ's Poetically Yours. Poetically Yours showcases poets from northern Illinois but this week we are crossing the Wisconsin border. Charles Payne was born in Michigan but currently resides in Madison, Wisconsin. As a child, he loved hearing the sound of Paul Harvey’s voice. Payne said Harvey’s innate ability to describe every intricate …
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