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How inequality explains America’s uneven experience of the coronavirus

Over the past few weeks, as the number of reported U.S. deaths from COVID-1 9 approached 200,000, I have mystified over why the fewer than 3,000 lives initially lost in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 united home countries, but the far higher toll of COVID-1 9( at one point over the summer, more […]

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A Touchy Subject: Getting Comfortable with Physical Contact

When you find two parties marching down the street hand-in-hand, it conjures feelings of compassion and fondnes. When someone includes you into a bear hug or homes their hand on your shoulder during a difficult period, “youre feeling” their acceptance and support without them saying a word. The simple deed of touch can communicate so […]