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Refugees in the Time of Covid-19
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The Radical ’70s Magazine That Shaped the Hong Kong Left
When Ng Chung-yin met Augustine Mok Chiu-yu, they were doing a sit-in protest on the steps of Chu Hai College in Hong Kong. It was August 1969, and 12 students had just been expelled from the college for criticizing the administration—namely, its censorship of student newspapers, corruption, and ties to the Nationalist Party in Taiwan.

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What Does a Humane Response to Covid-19 Look Like?
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Professional Development Courses Offers A Flexible Path For Educators
For many teachers and educators, advancing their salaries and developing their careers is a dream. But with full-time work teaching, side coaching gigs, family and life obligations and more, finding the time and means to achieve those dreams is difficult and often feels out of reach. In fact, according to We Are Teachers, teachers work an average of 50 hours…

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Exclusive: Inside Trump’s Failed Plan to Surveil the Canadian Border
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Biden Is a Problem for Democrats in Pennsylvania
Failed predictions can sometimes be more illuminating than facts. In February 2016, former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell explained why he thought Hillary Clinton would carry the Keystone State, even though Donald Trump seemed to be winning over the blue-collar white voters who, as part of the Obama coalition, had sent a black Democratic candidate to the White House in 2008…

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The WHO Ignores Taiwan. The World Pays the Price.
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Scenes From a Pandemic: 1
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Exclusive: The Military Knew Years Ago That a Coronavirus Was Coming
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