“Black nonprofits should not bear the sole responsibility of addressing racial inequity, but governments, corporations and the philanthropic sector don’t always know how best to address the systemic inequity Black communities face. The Foundation will bridge this gap by investing in and gathering knowledge from Black nonprofits and making this knowledge available to those in power, all while fiercely protecting the interests of Black nonprofits and Black communities.”
While there’s no magic solution that can replace in-person instruction—and no one-size-fits-all approach that will work for every student and age group—remote learning overall doesn’t have to be a terrible substitute. Here’s what remote learning experts and grade school teachers say are the best ways to make it more tolerable in the fall.
“To be clear, the science supports using masks, with recent studies suggesting that they could save lives in different ways: research shows that they cut down the chances of both transmitting and catching the coronavirus, and some studies hint that masks might reduce the severity of infection if people do contract the disease.”
“AIA Charleston is excited to announce a Design Ideas Competition in response to a desire by the City of Charleston to create a Parklet Program. The competition seeks ideas for an outdoor space with purpose, that promotes civic advocacy in design while instigating a socially cooperative and equitable design process that serves Charleston’s diverse population.
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