COVID-19: A Time to Change Education, End Old Way of ‘Social Distancing’

It has been absolutely fascinating, encouraging, welcoming and uplifting to see what we are made of—yet dreadfully under the circumstances—and to observe so many different types of people across human diversity from varying stations in life coming together for a common good since the COVID-19 crisis hit us. When Margaret Mead said that a small […]

Mississippi Legislators Vote to Strip Governor’s Power Over COVID-19 Funds

Mississippi Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann

The Mississippi Legislature reconvened today amid a fight over who should decide how to spend $1.25 billion in federal COVID-19 relief funds—the governor, with advice from a corporate-dominated committee he appointed with no public oversight, or the state’s elected legislators? This afternoon, the Mississippi House voted unanimously to strip the governor’s power over the money. […]