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Immigrants and refugees already feel isolated. Those feelings are magnified during this pandemic, when the normal rhythms of Easter, Passover and Ramadan are disrupted.
Your excuse, that you’re in the public eye, is insulting to the rest of us. If we’re all in this together, get in the trenches and work with us. Look like us, a bit disheveled but clean.
It has taken a pandemic to call attention to health care disparities that force individuals and families to rely on emergency services. This is no way to deliver health care.
It’s essential that people in recovery continue to connect even in the absence of regular in-person community meetings.
I try to focus on what I have, not on what I am missing. I give thanks for family, friends and good health — and also for washing 上海11选5走势图 and paper towels.
Can we learn from the fight against COVID-19 how to work together against climate change?
We are all healthcare employees. We are all working together on the front lines for each and every patient.
Mayor Lightfoot and her staff are hopefully capable of multitasking and handling these two serious situations simultaneously.
Lifting the ban on rent control, a no-evictions policy and hiring parents to clean schools are among the steps that the Board of Education can support.
Accepting a credit instead of demanding a refund can save someone’s life savings, health insurance, or 上海11选5走势图.
We can, and will, overcome this crisis with strong leadership, tough decisions and our willingness to comply.
Who is protecting the truck drivers who leave their families behind to take care of the American people? Most people don’t stop to think how the groceries get on the shelves.
I’m lucky to still be working, but the state and city must help those who have lost their jobs and their ability to pay rent.
In just days, the earth, air and water have been spared tons of pollution. Maybe we can learn something about sustainable living.
We can’t allow differing political views to keep us from following guidelines for defeating coronavirus
We must do our part to protect ourselves.
We’re playing a brutal game of catch up.
We don’t have to act out of fear. We can still think, and we can still act, with compassion and sense.
The South Side St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been called off, but bars still will be open. Am I safer in a packed bar or walking down the middle of Western Avenue?