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LA County unveils plan to vaccinate teachers, other essential workers, starting March 1

Teachers in Los Angeles County can begin receiving the coronavirus vaccine on Monday, March 1 — but just how many doses will be available for educators will depend on supply, which is still just an estimate. Among the slightly more than 200,000 vaccine doses that officials expect, 25% to 29% will go toward teachers and administrators, with 9% of those doses going to private school teachers and staff. First priority for doses goes to those with second-dose appointments. The remainder will be divi...
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RIP Radical Poet and Revolutionary Publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti (1919-2021)

“Democracy is not a spectator sport,” Lawrence Ferlinghetti proclaimed on the wall of his City Lights bookstore, a San Francisco fixture since the poet, activist, and publisher founded the landmark with Peter D. Martin in 1953. Ferlinghetti, who died on Monday at age 101, was himself a fixture, a venerated steward of the counterculture. (See him read “Last Prayer,” above, in a clip from The Last Waltz). On his 100th birthday–on which the city instituted an annual “Lawrence Ferlinghetti D...
Tags: Google, Politics, Navy, College, Poetry, America, San Francisco, New York Times, Literature, Npr, Mark Twain, Emily Dickinson, Nagasaki, Goya, Poe, Trump


LAUSD parents want special ed teachers – especially those eligible for vaccines – back on campus

In the ongoing debate over how soon educators should return to in-person work, some Los Angeles Unified parents are fuming over the revelation that certain employees who work with special education students have been eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations since January but have yet to provide in-person services to some of the district’s most vulnerable students. Generally speaking, those who work in schools won’t have access to the vaccines until next week under L.A. County’s priority system, but so...
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Jason Fried and I Explore A World Without Email

A Deep Discussion Jason Fried is one my favorite thinkers about workplace innovation. Basecamp, the company he co-founded, has been an inspiring incubator for knowledge work experimentation, from reduced work weeks, to office hours, to remote work, to the development of custom-built communication tools. Fried has documented these ideas in the bestselling books he co-authored, including Rework and (the suddenly timely) Remote, and on the famed Signal v. Noise blog. I featured Jason in Deep Wor...
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There's a clear, scientific path to safely reopening schools. The real barrier now is politics.

Elementary school students walk to classes in Godley, Texas, on August 5, 2020. LM Otero/AP Imagse Studies suggest that schools can safely resume in-person learning if they rely on masks and social distancing. But a few big political obstacles have made this difficult.  Some school districts don't enforce mask policies, while others lack the funding to ensure a safe environment for teachers and staff. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. By now, research clearly supports...
Tags: New York, Texas, Science, News, Education, Congress, Cdc, US, Trends, Georgia, Joe Biden, Analysis, Chicago, Brooklyn, Iowa, Schools


The LA Conservation Corps assembling pallet dwellings for homeless around Los Angeles

Pallet’s prefabricated shelters are assembled at Alexandria Park Tiny Home Village along the 170 Freeway in North Hollywood on Tuesday, February 23, 2021. The tiny homes will house residents experiencing homelessness. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Pallet’s prefabricated shelters are assembled at Alexandria Park Tiny Home Village along the 170 Freeway in North Hollywood on Tuesday, February 23, 2021. The tiny homes will house residents experiencing homelessness. (Ph...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Fema, Community, Homeless, Seattle, Orange County, Norwalk, Corps, San Fernando Valley


Watch Badiou, the First Feature-Length Film on France’s Most Famous Living Philosopher

Above you can watch Badiou, the first feature-length film on France’s most famous living philosopher. On the film’s accompanying website, the directors–Gorav Kalyan and Rohan Kalyan–write: Nietzsche wrote that all philosophy is a biography of the philosopher. The life of philosopher Alain Badiou suggests that the reverse of this is also true: from one’s life story, we might deduce an entire system of thought. From his birth in Morocco, to the events of May 1968 in Paris, to his twilight yea...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Film, College, France, Morocco, Paris, Philosophy, Facebook Twitter, Plato, Nietzsche, Michel Foucault, Alain Badiou, Michel Foucault Alain Badiou Judith Butler, Badiou, Gorav Kalyan


Graduation Announcements 2021: The 26 Most Stylish Cards to Send This Year

Here's how to celebrate your achievements in serious style.
Tags: Sponsored, College, High School, Graduation, Fashion Tips, Post-grad


The Complete Works of Hilma af Klint Will Get Published for the First Time in a Beautiful, Seven-Volume Collection

If you are a regular Open Culture reader, you’ve probably seen our many posts on Hilma af Klint, the Swedish abstract painter who might have been recognized, before Wassily Kandinsky, as the first 20th century abstractionist; that is, if she had shown any of her work before her death in obscurity in 1944 (the same year that Kandinsky died, it happens). Instead, af Klint instructed that her paintings not be exhibited until twenty years after her death. Then, another 22 years went by before anyon...
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Meatless school menu sparks political row in France

Temporary decision by Green mayor of Lyon to take meat off menu met by protestsA decision by the Green mayor of Lyon, seen by many as the country’s culinary capital, to temporarily take meat off the menu in school canteens during the coronavirus pandemic has sparked a major political row in France.Government ministers have accused the mayor, Grégory Doucet, of “ideological” and “elitist” behaviour after the measure, which is also being studied by several other cities including Paris, came into f...
Tags: Food, Europe, Education, France, Environment, World news, Green, Farming, Paris, Schools, Vegetarian food and drink, Vegetarianism, Lyon, Meat Industry, Coronavirus, Grégory Doucet


A panic attack brought on by the stress of medical school

An excerpt from Cured: A Doctor’s Journey from Panic to Peace. Dead bodies surrounded me. They lay on their backs, supine in medical terminology. I imagined some staring at the white plastic sheets that covered them completely, others glaring at their closed eyelids. Their smell, a mixture of formaldehyde and death, made me gag. Corpses […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Watch Orson Welles’ Intoxicating Wine Commercials That Became an 80s Cultural Phenomenon

“We will sell no wine before its time”: some Americans respond to this phrase with a chuckle of recognition, others by asking who’ll sell what wine before when. The difference must be generational, since those alive to watch television in the late 1970s and early 80s can’t have avoided hearing those words intoned on a regular basis — and in no less powerful a voice than Orson Welles’. Coming up on forty years after Citizen Kane, the former boy-wonder auteur had fallen on hard times. Stru...
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Increasing Disabled/Other-Abled Representation in Media — Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #83

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_83_2-20-21.mp3 At least 20% of us have some sort of disability, yet such conditions are reflected by only tiny portion of TV and film characterizations, and what characters are portrayed typically get played by non-disabled actors. Depictions often focus on what it’s like to live with the condition. This can of course be socially beneficial, but we don’t want to essentialize people as their conditions, ...
Tags: Google, Politics, Television, Podcasts, College, Stevie Wonder, James Bond, Ny Times, Facebook Twitter, Amy Becker, David Oliver, Stella Young, Cara Buckley, David Paterson, Judith Heumann, Pretty Much Pop


What History's Biggest Wars Teach Us About Leading in Peace

Deepak Malhotra shares how critical moments in the Peloponnesian War, both World Wars, and the Cuban Missile Crisis offer lessons for business—and life. [Author: by Lane Lambert]
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