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★ APRIL 2020: A reflection on the month of April 2020 from The Washington Post, “This year, April was. death and hope. And cruel ” Comments?
★ PRESS FREEDOM:World Press Freedom Day, was celebrated on 3 May 2020, from the United Nations, “2020 Theme: Journalism without Fear or Favour” Comments?
★ REPORTERS: World Press Freedom Day 2020, from PEN America, “Local Heroes: Journalists Covering Covid-19” Comments?
★ CALIFORNIA DREAMING: Revisioning California’s economy, from Fast Company (Compass), “How California’s recovery task force is aiming to rebuild a more inclusive economy” Comments?
★ AIR TRAVEL: Wondering about the future of air travel post-pandemic. See the report from SmpliFlying, The Rise of Sanitised Travel: Welcome to the Day in the life of an airline Traveller Post-Corona” Comments?
★VOTE: An unsettling finding by The PewResearch Center, “Two-Thirds of Americans Expect Presidential Election Will Be Disrupted by COVID-19” Comments?
★ WORKLIFE: The world of work after reopening? From the BBC,”Life after lockdown: How China went back to work” Comments?
★ THE OFFICE: Looking forward to returning to the office? What might working look like in the Covid-19 era? From Fast company, “I was under lockdown in China. Here’s what it’s really like to go back to work” Comments?
★BACK-TO-SCHOOL: Some ideas from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) on reopening our schools, “A Blueprint for Back to School” Comments?
★ QUIZ: It’s time to put on your thinking caps, from Employment and Labor Law Insider (Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP) and JD Supra, “COVID-19 Return To Work Quiz!” Comments?
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