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The comfort of gardens in crisis

The comfort of gardens in crisis

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Her grandmother’s garden got her through World War II. Now, Perdita Buchan is turning to her own blooms in a world once more in crisis.
Bringing light to the news, for those who can’t hear it

Bringing light to the news, for those who can’t hear it

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For the more than 10 million deaf and hard of hearing Americans, the biggest source of sign language news comes from a small home studio near Detroit, with just one full-time staffer.
A family affair: Three generations of women discuss voting rights

A family affair: Three generations of women discuss voting rights

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In honor of the 100th anniversary of American women's right to vote, we sit down with three generations of women in one politically active family to talk about why they vote.
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Can Floyd killing break cycle of police violence and protests? History offers lessons.

Can Floyd killing break cycle of police violence and protests? History offers lessons.

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George Floyd, Rodney King, Emmett Till. Violence and police brutality against black people have sparked racial justice protests for decades. To understand this cycle, we look back at the civil rights era and the early 90s. What was missing from society's responses to earlier protests and riots? And how can we frame our discussion in a way that addresses systemic biases?