As 2020 continues, yet more stories of the pandemic, of inequality and lack of opportunity, and of naked corruption continue to dominate the headlines. Today’s daily news is no different. While nothing in these stories is truly unprecedented, all of the injustices we see daily feel more egregious for occurring during such a time of universal crisis. Thanks again to Newseum.org
The first order of business in today’s Daily News: I’m hijacking the blog briefly to wish all of my fellow nonbinary people at TC a happy Nonbinary Visibility Day. After that brief interlude, 2020 continues to be an utterly broken year. As always, all of the stories on this series are drawn from the front pages curated by Newseum.org
Today’s news continues to be dominated by the pandemic gripping America. Additional stories still concern the other major stories of the year: Rampant corruption and the fight for equality. All stories are drawn from the front pages curated by Newseum.org.
Today’s daily news covers stories including gross corruption by legislators, protesters pushing for justice against a calcified system, and government mismanagement endangering its citizens. Each of the stories below is drawn from newspaper front pages curated by Newseum.org.
Today’s stories are continuations of other stories we have covered previously on this blog, including the ongoing pandemic, the continuing battles for justice in America, and ongoing diplomatic tensions from Brexit. All stories are taken from the newspaper front pages curated by Newseum.org.
Today’s daily news focuses on continuing coverage of the novel coronavirus epidemic. As we are unfortunately experiencing a massive second wave, the lockdowns and measures appear to be in place for the foreseeable future. We hope all Teachers College staff and students can stay safe and healthy. As always all stories are drawn from the front pages curated by Newseum.org
Today’s daily news covers a variety of topics from a variety of sources, though because this is 2020 they all inevitably lead back to systemic injustice. Despite ranging from voting rights to the disproportionate impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, they all share a common theme of inequality. As always, all stories are drawn from the front pages curated by Newseum.org.
Today’s daily news focuses on stories of activism and action adjacent to the ongoing wider movement for racial justice and equality. While not directly related to the protests, all are relevant and valuable fights against unjust systems catered towards the privileged. All of the news stories presented are drawn from the front pages at Newseum.org
Today’s morning news is about continuing and evolving stories we’ve covered on this blog in the past. We'll try to continue covering the news as it develops. As always, all headlines come from the newspaper front pages curated by Newseum.org.
Yesterday morning saw a landmark ruling in civil rights around the country. By a 6-3 margin, the Supreme Court of the United States established that it is illegal to fire LGBTQIA+ people for their gender or sexuality. This is a moment of vindication for Aimee Stephens, Gerald Bostock, Don Zarda, and every LGBT person who has ever faced threats to their livelihood, discrimination, or official censure for being themselves. All of the below news articles are drawn from the front pages at