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Virus, Floyd death merge in brutal blow to Black well-being
7/9/2020 7:53:43 PM

By Lindsey Tanner   Doctors have long known that Black people suffer disproportionately. Before the renewed cries of “Black Lives Matter,” they knew racism has very real, physical effects. They knew about socio-economic challenges that contribute to poor health. And they treated diabetes, hypertension and other chronic diseases that hit their Black patients harder than their white ones. Then came the coronavirus and George Floyd, a crushing double blow to Black people's well-being. Doctors and their patients are reeling from the impact. “We are...

At Pride march in Paris, activists demand racial justice too
7/9/2020 7:51:34 PM

By Arno Pedram   PARIS (AP)—Grassroots LGBTQ groups marched through Paris led by activists of color Saturday as part of Global Pride observances, protesting police violence and demanding more political actions on behalf of migrants, sex workers and other marginalized members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. While the French capital's official Pride parade was postponed until November to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, thousands of people turned out anyway for a festive, politically driven march that echoed the themes of recent...

Savvy Senior - Video Calling Solutions for Tech-Challenged Seniors
7/9/2020 7:46:06 PM

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some simple devices that can help tech-challenged seniors with video calls? My 80-year-old mother has been isolating herself for months now in fear of the coronavirus and I haven’t been able to see her face-to-face in quite a while. Concerned Daughter   Dear Concerned, Video chatting is a great way to stay connected and keep tabs on an elder parent when you can’t be there, but it’s even more important now during this pandemic as many isolated seniors are also suffering from chronic loneliness....

A Glory Glory Hallelujah time?!
7/9/2020 7:29:45 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   Is our long-awaited real United States of America baby about to be born?! The one our slave ancestors, grandparents, parents and community co-parents died and struggled for—a real United States of America—with liberty and justice for all? It’s way past time to clarify which God we truly trust in our nation—the god of our money, currency and American capitalism as we know it—or the God of our Native American ancestors, enslaved ancestors, African and African-American ancestors, civil rights...

Savvy Senior - Can I Stop Social Security if I Go Back to Work?
7/1/2020 12:57:09 PM

Dear Savvy Senior, I lost my job last month because of the coronavirus crisis. With little savings, I’ve been thinking about starting my Social Security benefits early to help me get by. But my question is, if I find a new job can I stop my Social Security benefits and restart them at a later date so they can continue to grow? Almost 63   Dear Almost, Yes, there are actually two ways you can stop your Social Security retirement benefits (once you’ve started collecting them) and restart them at a later date, which would boost your benefits. But in order to do...

This is a time for prayer and action for all of our children
7/1/2020 12:55:33 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT EMERITA   This is a time for prayer that our eyes, ears, and hearts may be opened for all of our children everywhere. ** A Plea That Our Eyes, Ears, and Hearts May Be Opened Open our eyes that we may see the need all around us. Open our ears that we may hear the cries of Your children for food and shelter and relief from sickness and danger. Open our minds that we may understand and live Your word and will in our lives. Open our hearts so that we may radiate Your loving spirit in all we do. ** A Prayer for...

It was a week that was shot to pieces
7/1/2020 12:54:26 PM

Dr. James L. Snyder   I only made one mistake last week, which is something of a record for me. I try limiting mistakes to one at a time, but not always in sequential order. I once tried to make my mistakes in a logical order, but it turned out to be a mistake. The one faux pas I made was taking Monday off. I proposed to the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage that we take Monday off late Sunday evening, suggesting a contest to see who could sleep in the longest. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage readily agreed to my plan. This should have been a tip-off for me. On...

As party leaders age, progressive Black Democrats take stage
7/1/2020 12:48:01 PM

By Alan Fram   WASHINGTON (AP)—Yearning for change, a group of progressive Black Democratic congressional hopefuls is rushing toward the national stage, igniting rank-and-file enthusiasm in a party dominated by aging white leaders. Charles Booker, 35, a first-term Kentucky state legislator who grew up poor, is vying for a Senate nomination against a rival who's outraised him 40 to 1 and is backed by national Democratic leaders. Jamaal Bowman, 44, an educator and political neophyte, is seeking a New York congressional seat held by the House Foreign Affairs Committee...

Families of California wildfire victims slam PG&E for crimes
6/24/2020 6:06:36 PM

By Michael Liedtke   The families of some of the 85 people killed by a horrific Northern California wildfire ignited by Pacific Gas & Electric's long-neglected equipment vilified the company Wednesday as greedy, corrupt and reckless, telling heartbreaking stories of their loss in court. The speakers tearfully told of holiday and birthday celebrations that will never be celebrated after their loved ones perished in the November 2018 fire that nearly wiped out Paradise, California. PG&E pleaded guilty Tuesday to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of...

Black Catholics: Words not enough as church decries racism
6/24/2020 6:04:38 PM

By David Crary   NEW YORK (AP)—Black Roman Catholics are hearing their church's leaders calling for racial justice once again after the killing of George Floyd, but this time they're demanding not just words but action. As protests against racism and police brutality continue nationwide, there are rising calls for huge new investment in Catholic schools serving Black communities; a commitment to teach the complex history of Black Catholics; and a mobilization to combat racism with the same zeal the church shows in opposing abortion. “As a church, we're...