Bookstores Across America, Vol. Two: A Roundup of Ways to Support Indie Bookstores
With independent bookstores forced to shut their doors due to the global pandemic, we reached out to booksellers to ask them how readers can support their favorite stores while… More
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Esper said he didn't know where he was going when he became Trump's prop at the church. But he knew who he was going with. Glad he's speaking out, but next time he's asked to blindly follow the President, a quasi-apology after-the-fact won't cut it. https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/trump-s-church-photo-op-took-defense-secretary-esper-gen-n1222391
Our CEO @SuzanneNossel writes in her capacity as an NYC public school parent, urging the Dep't of Education to make detailed plans to reopen schools in September, and arguing that it can be done.
"In the face of an Aggressive Menace dripping with contempt for your humanity and wishing, when it cannot exploit you, to punish you, to terrorize and torment you, what use is hope?" writes @TochiTrueStory about American unrest: https://bit.ly/2XogPtj