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Even before the Covid-19 pandemic shuttered schools and put millions out of work, one in seven children in the United States lived in poverty. The pandemic pushed some additional 1.2 million children into poverty, most of whom are children of color. ...

Kids Need Social Security

Even before the Covid-19 pandemic shuttered schools and put millions out of work, one in seven children in the United States lived in poverty. The pandemic pushed some additional 1.2 million children into poverty, most of whom are children of color. ...

Despite an ongoing pandemic, the number of undocumented immigrants trying to enter the U.S. continues to rise, so much that Biden has recently deployed FEMA to help with the surge of children at the border. Existing immigration policy in the U.S. is ...

Promises Broken, Children Kept

Despite an ongoing pandemic, the number of undocumented immigrants trying to enter the U.S. continues to rise, so much that Biden has recently deployed FEMA to help with the surge of children at the border. Existing immigration policy in the U.S. is ...

N95s, highly-protective masks that filter out at least 95 percent of airborne viral particles, are some of the most coveted products in the world. One year into the global COVID-19 pandemic, their allocation has been bungled in nearly every way possi...

The N95 Mask Shortage is a Myth: Here’s Why

N95s, highly-protective masks that filter out at least 95 percent of airborne viral particles, are some of the most coveted products in the world. One year into the global COVID-19 pandemic, their allocation has been bungled in nearly every way possi...

March again. Marking the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US, this month is a testament to both the strength of the American people and the relentless longevity of the pandemic. More, it is a glaring reminder of the failures in th...

Universal Broadband: The Perpetual Problem

March again. Marking the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US, this month is a testament to both the strength of the American people and the relentless longevity of the pandemic. More, it is a glaring reminder of the failures in th...