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Minimize discussions about the virus to times when there’s truly something to say. When talks do happen, emphasize that much can be done to reduce risks and make it clear that smart, capable people are working on the solution More: (6/6)
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>> Learn to accept ambiguity << It’s okay not to know the answer. So much of society is built on the premise that it’s possible to understand everything but smart people understand nobody knows everything (5/6)
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>> Respect for others << Wearing a mask in public protects other people, including parents and friends. Not wearing a mask is disrespectful to people we love. The is a time to teach children that others matter (4/6)
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>> Make good choices << Wear a mask, stay away from others and wash your hands often. This also provides children with a sense of control and empowerment. Even though the world is full of dangers, it’s still a place that can be healthy and positive (3/6)
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>> A healthy respect for what’s dangerous << Just like they learned to look both ways when crossing the street, they should understand that the virus is dangerous but they need to act responsibly (2/6)
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Learning about the has likely caused anxiety in your child. Here are the four skills you can teach your child today (via )(1/6):
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What do you think? Are colleges justified in charging the full tuition price if classes won’t be taking place on campus? More:
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Movie theaters are on life support – how will the film industry adapt?
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A COVID-19 vaccine needs the public's trust – and it's risky to cut corners on clinical trials, as Russia is
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The belief that demons have sex with humans runs deep in Christian and Jewish traditions
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John Lewis and the masks Black preachers wear on the public stage
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The Zapotec people of southern Mexico have already relied on each other to solve problems when the government can’t – or won’t – help. And that’s proving to be a pretty effective pandemic response (via )
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There are no valid legal arguments that people have a right to not wear masks. Literally none.
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Resistance to Confederate flags and monuments is not new. For decades, African Americans have fought against the message these monuments sent that public spaces, public advancement and public commemoration were not for them
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Before the pick of , only 47% of Black voters under 30 in 6 battleground states planned to vote for Joe Biden (but that poll found that 73% would if he picked her) (via )
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¿El cerebro de los hombres y las mujeres realmente es diferente?
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Despite all the media coverage of Joe Biden’s pick of Kamala Harris as his running mate, history shows that the choice makes little impact on voters
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4 tips to help kids to cope with COVID-19 anxiety
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There’s been a long line of Black women who have aimed for the White House – usually as president and not VP
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