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Survivors of the Opioid Crisis

For the first time, since perhaps the War of 1812, the U.S. Capitol Building came under attack this week. But instead of it coming from an international enemy, the angry mob was comprised of Americans.
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The Pandemic Ends with a Call for Compassion

The ‘loss of taste’ symptom popped hard in March 2020.
Then after the George Floyd rallies.
And is popping hard again now.
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…5x Less Likely to Receive City Contracts

Cities like Fort Worth Texas have less than 3% of city contracts going to black owned businesses, meanwhile there are 15% black Americans who live there.

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COVID Mortality Rates Expose Historic Disparities

View the math, on U.S. COVID mortality.

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Teachers Encourage Learning

When talking with people about pH14 plan and reviewing the philosophic perspectives behind economic development and the potential accessible through good investments, the most common question received is Continue reading “Teachers Encourage Learning”