Healthcare

Dignity through Care

Wicked Problems: A Deeply Personal Monograph

This has been the hardest year of my life. But I survived. Many did not. Should I feel grateful? I do, I guess, if only to not scorn those who have been lost. But what toll has it exacted? On us? On me? What has this year revealed about us as a civilization and about our future? What’s next? 

A dark room with chairs and tables in lines

Looking to the Past to Save the Future of Performing Arts

Christian Collins
September 21, 2020
COVID-19 hit the performing arts industry early and hard. As of early May, nonprofit arts organizations had lost an estimated $4.98 billion, and the average artist/creative worker had lost $24,000. This income loss is devastating for artists; it comprises nearly half of a craft and fine artists’ average annual salary.

An abundance of fruits and vegetables

History Has Its Eyes on You

The Trump Administration truly is a bottomless pit of disappointment. This week, they have begun requiring all food boxes distributed by the USDA to include a message essentially giving his administration credit, signed by Trump himself.

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