I spoke with SF Mayor London Breed about how she was alerted to the coronavirus at a time when it had not yet affected much of the rest of the country and how she acted swiftly to protect her city. “That was enough to sound the alarm for me,” Breed says. “Although we had no cases confirmed at time, we got out there and we were clear with the public, ‘It’s not whether or not we’re going to have a case. We are gonna have a case.’”
A Florida School Counselor Discusses Returning to School During the Pandemic
Florida school counselor Stacey King discusses returning to school in the midst of a global pandemic. “We’re educators who love children and love what we do, so of course we want to go back to work and of course we want to be there for our kids. But if it was safe to return to […]
Former White House Director of Communications Jen Palmieri on The History Of Women’s Suffrage.
Former White House Director of Communications, political advisor and author of “She Proclaims,” Jen Palmieri details the history of the women’s suffragette movement, the importance of advocating for ALL women, not just some, and how we need to seize this moment in history to make real change. #womensequalityday.
An NYC Cardiologist Explains the Long Term Effects of COVID-19
Dr. Rony Shimony, a cardiologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC explains what doctors are seeing and learning about the long term impacts COVID-19 has on the brain, heart, lungs, and other major organs of the body.