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Faith leaders encourage coronavirus vaccinations among Southern California worshippers

As hospital and health-care workers across Southern California began lining up this week for the much-anticipated coronavirus vaccines, excitement over the potential antidote to the virus’s ferocious spread this winter has been dampened by skepticism over the safety, efficacy and morality of the treatments. According to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll in late November and early December, as Pfizer and Moderna prepared to roll out their vaccines, about 71% of survey respondents said they would ge...
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LAUSD teachers to provide more synchronous instruction, office hours next semester

In hopes of engaging more with Los Angeles Unified students and families during distance learning, teachers will provide an additional 20 to 30 minutes of synchronous instruction for grades 1 through 12 on Mondays and hold an extra 30 minutes of office hours Tuesday through Friday of each week starting next semester. The plan is part of a deal the district struck with the teachers union, which extends the distance learning agreement that the parties had reached last summer through June 30, or wh...
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We don’t need more reports about oppression, we need action

By looking at the past and understanding how racism and gender-based violence has lined the hallways of educational institutions, we can learn new ways of being The post We don’t need more reports about oppression, we need action appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Opinion, Racism, Institutions, University of Cape Town, University of Free State, South Africa (country, Gender-based Violence, Brackenfell High, Pretoria Girls, Sans Souci


No more ICU beds at LAC+USC Medical Center, staff seeks ways to expand to meet coronavirus crisis

A nurse in the intensive care unit waits inside a patient’s room for medicine to be brought to her to avoid having to remove her personal protective gear. (Heidi de Marco/California Healthline) Registered nurse Yvonne Yaory puts on her personal protective gear before entering a coronavirus patient’s room. (Heidi de Marco/California Healthline) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center is a 600-bed hospital located in the Boyle Heights neighbo...
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Princess Diana Fashion: How to Dress Like Princess Diana in The Crown (+ Outfit Ideas!)

Everything you need to know about how to dress like an actual princess.
Tags: College, Inspiration, Netflix, United Kingdom, Diana, Royalty, 1980s, TV fashion, Classic Style, Preppy


College students recruited as teachers to keep schools open as COVID sidelines educators

By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH and CASEY SMITH | Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS — As the coronavirus sidelines huge numbers of educators, school districts around the country are aggressively recruiting substitute teachers, offering bonuses and waiving certification requirements in order to keep classrooms open. Coming to the rescue in many cases are college students who are themselves learning online or home for extended winter breaks. In Indiana, the 4,400-student Greenfield-Central school district ab...
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Hokusai’s Iconic Print, “The Great Wave off Kanagawa,” Recreated with 50,000 LEGO Bricks

For those with the time, skill, and drive, LEGO is the perfect medium for wildly impressive recreations of iconic structures, like the Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower, the Titanic and now the Roman Colosseum. But water? A wave? And not just any wave, but Katsushika Hokusai‘s celebrated 19th-century woodblock print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa. As Open Culture’s Colin Marshall pointed out earlier, you might not know the title, but the image is instantly recognizable. Artist Jumpei Mitsui, the world’...
Tags: Google, Art, Design, College, Berlin, New York City, Creativity, Lego, Architecture, Osaka, Frank Lloyd Wright, Facebook Twitter, Mitsui, Lego Bricks, Hokusai, Kanagawa


How Do Vaccines (Including the COVID-19 Vaccines) Work?: Watch Animated Introductions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rb7TVW77ZCs The other day, I found myself reading about what life is like in countries that have successfully minimized the pandemic: worry free holidays, meeting friends and family without the danger of infection, a general air of normalcy thanks to a combination of rigorous public health efforts and public cooperation. I live in the U.S., where the political party currently in power (and desperate to keep it) convinced millions of my fellow citizens that...
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Coupons & Sales: 50% off AEO, 50% off Madewell, 50% off Topshop, & More!

Here's where to save on beauty and fashion this weekend.
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When Martin Scorsese Directed Michael Jackson in the 18-Minute “Bad” Music Video & Paid Cinematic Tribute to West Side Story (1986)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sd4SJVsTulc In 1983, Michael Jackson’s Thriller was the biggest album in the world, and he was the biggest pop star. And then he was expected to top it. But could he? The mounting pressures of fame and money, his falling out with his family over the Jacksons tour, and his perfectionist status as a musician meant the follow-up album kept being pushed back further and further. He became more reclusive and strange-looking, and went from being a sex symbol to ...
Tags: Google, New York, Film, College, New York City, James Brown, Spike Lee, Scorsese, Jackson, Prince, Michael Jackson, Wesley Snipes, Jacksons, Harlem, Richard Price, Martin Scorsese


Three Amateur Cryptographers Finally Decrypted the Zodiac Killer’s Letters: A Look Inside How They Solved a Half Century-Old Mystery

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1oQLPRE21o If we envision serial killers as figures who taunt law enforcement with cryptic messages sent to the media, we do so in large part because of the Zodiac Killer, who terrorized northern California in the late 1960s and early 70s. Though he seems to have stopped killing more than half a century ago, he remains an object of great fascination (and even became the subject of David Fincher’s acclaimed film Zodiac in 2007). As thoroughly as the case h...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Math, California, College, Ars Technica, History, New Orleans, Seoul, David Fincher, Zodiac, Dan Goodin, Facebook Twitter, Colin Marshall, Goodin, 21st Century Los Angeles



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