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★ GATHERING: Getting ready for the Thanksgiving holiday celebrations, gatherings and travel? From The New York Times, “Plan for a Safe Thanksgiving Break”
★ TROUBLING NEWS: A troubling report, from American Academy of Pediatrics Reports, “American Academy of Pediatrics Reports Highest One-Week Increase in Child Cases of COVID-19 Since Onset of Pandemic”
★ HOPE: Finally some good news on the fight against theCovid-19 virus, from Fast Company (Compass), “Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine: 6 things to know”
★ CHANGES: Let’s count the ways our lives have changed as a result of the Covid-19 virus. From, BBC (Worklife) “Coronavirus: Will our day-to-day ever be the same?”
★ PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION: What occurs during a “presidential transition”? From the Center for Presidential transition, “Transition Timeline and Guide”
★AQUACULTURE: Agriculture at sea? From Forbes, “Ocean Crops: Is This The Next Frontier For Agriculture?”
★ THE HUNT: Looking for a job? A perspective on the process from Fast Company (Compass), “This is the secret to finding a job in a tough market”
★BACK AGAIN: In the news, from Kaiser Health News, “What to Know as ACA Heads to Supreme Court — Again”
★ MARKET: Food…how it gets to us. An NPR interview with Benjamin Lorr the author of “The Secret Life of Groceries: The Dark Miracle of the American Supermarket”
★ FAKE?: Disinformation…learn how to spot it, a class for people who wish to learn about “fact-checking” from Poynter, “MediaWise for Seniors: Live Fact-Checking Seminar (Winter 2020)”
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