Emma Bowman

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'But Do I Love You?': Tips For Homebound Declutterers

Sunday, September 06, 2020

Inheriting Clutter author Julie Hall says more people are looking to declutter the home they're stuck in due to the pandemic. She says generational attachments to stuff can complicate the cleanup.


Outgoing Seattle Police Chief Felt 'Destined To Fail' After Cuts And Public Backlash

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

On her last day on the job, Carmen Best, the city's first Black woman police chief, reflected on nationwide demonstrations against police violence and her own department's handling of recent protests.


A Father's Fight Paved Way For Independent Investigation Into Kenosha Shooting

Sunday, August 30, 2020

After his own son was killed by Kenosha police, Michael Bell campaigned to require independent investigations for police shootings. "Jacob Blake's family has that benefit that we never had," he said.


Wisconsin Deploys National Guard After Shooting Of Black Man Sparks Protests

Monday, August 24, 2020

A video that appears to show police shooting a man several times at close range has been met with outrage. Gov. Tony Evers on Monday has deployed the state's National Guard.


Making The Best Of Virtual Learning: Some Advice From The Founder Of Khan Academy

Saturday, August 22, 2020

Sal Khan, a pioneer of online learning, says virtual instruction can't replace the real thing. With many schools going virtual this fall, he says building in one-on-one interaction will go a long way.


The Escapist Land Of 'Cottagecore,' From Marie Antoinette To Taylor Swift

Sunday, August 09, 2020

Cottagecore — an Internet aesthetic of the rural idyll — has offered escapism for several years. In pandemic isolation, it's taken off in popularity.


With $600 Unemployment Aid Gone, Homelessness Is What Keeps This Mother Up At Night

Thursday, August 06, 2020

Sandy Villatoro, a housekeeper who lost her job in March, doesn't know how she'll pay the bills for her family of four now that the additional $600 weekly in federal aid she was receiving has expired.


NHL Commissioner On How The League Keeps Athletes Safe: 'Be As Flexible As Possible'

Wednesday, August 05, 2020

The National Hockey League has resumed its season in two "bubbles" in Edmonton and Toronto, Canada. The league says it's administered 7,000 coronavirus tests to players, with zero positive cases.


DHS Reassigns Official Following Intelligence Reports On Journalists, Protesters

Sunday, August 02, 2020

Brian Murphy was removed from his post at the DHS' Office of Intelligence and Analysis following news that his office compiled reports on protesters and journalists in Portland, Ore.


Mail-In Voting Is 'Not Rampant Voter Fraud,' Says Washington's Top Election Official

Saturday, August 01, 2020

The Republican secretary of state for the state of Washington, which votes almost entirely by mail, is pushing back President Trump's claims that the vote-by-mail process will result in voter fraud.


Public Health Expert Calls To Repair Distrust In A COVID-19 Vaccine

Saturday, August 01, 2020

Public health officials say a promising coronavirus vaccine is on its way in 2021. But does that matter if only half of Americans say they're willing to get such a vaccination?


Health Experts Urge A Shutdown Do-Over As COVID-19 Cases Surge

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

A campaign led by doctors, health researchers and other health experts calls to shut down parts of the country again to get the pandemic under control.


One Laid Groundwork For The ADA; The Other Grew Up Under Its Promises

Sunday, July 26, 2020

As the Americans with Disabilities Act turns 30, a founder of the disability rights movement, Judy Heumann, talks to activist Imani Barbarin, born a few months after the landmark law was signed.


As Georgia Governor Calls To Reopen Schools, Largest District Will Teach Online Only

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Public schools in Gwinnett County will move online this fall. The district's superintendent said most everyone will have the Internet but he "can't guarantee" reliable access for all.


Love Lost, Truth Found: In Pandemic Isolation, A Father Comes Out To His Daughter

Friday, July 17, 2020

At 90, Ken Felts tells his daughter about the man he fell in love with over 60 years ago. "I thought I was doing great, until I came out and started to discover what it means to be free," he told her.


Georgia Mayor 'Disappointed' By Governor's Order Blocking Mask Mandates

Friday, July 17, 2020

Mayor Jim Thornton says he would issue a mandatory mask order for his city of LaGrange were it not for Gov. Brian Kemp's executive order that bans localities from issuing a mask mandate.


Racism Has An Economic Cost, Atlanta Fed President Warns

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Raphael Bostic, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta says his organization is committed to reducing racial economic inequities, which he says, is crucial to a stable economy.


'It Was Personal.' After Tragedy, Physicist Devotes Career To Cancer Research

Friday, July 10, 2020

Hadiyah-Nicole Green lost the aunt and uncle who raised her to cancer. The loss inspired her to develop a cancer treatment using lasers. "I was born to do this," she tells her cousin at StoryCorps.


We Are Repeating The Discrimination Experiment Every Day, Says Educator Jane Elliott

Wednesday, July 08, 2020

Elliott created the blue-eyes/brown-eyes classroom exercise in 1968 to teach students about racism. Today, she says, it's still playing out as the U.S. reckons with racial injustice.


In Fourth Of July Remarks, Trump Attacks 'Radical Left'

Saturday, July 04, 2020

At the Salute to America event, Trump referred to protesters calling for the removal of statues as an "angry mob" and likened the defeat of the "radical left" to defeating Nazis and terrorists.