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"Hustle" is just one of many buzzwords in a culture obsessed with productivity. But before the gig economy, hustling was tied up in both stereotypes and realities of working as a black person.
A study on the strategies for containing the outbreak of the CCP [Chinese Communist Party] Virus in China scientifically confirms the responsibility of the communist regime for the spread of the pandemic that is affecting the world. “If NPIs [non-pharmaceutical interventions] could have been conducted one week, two weeks, or three weeks earlier in China, […]
Right now, the U.S. Census Bureau is trying to count every single person living in the country. It's a complex undertaking with enormous stakes. But some people are very afraid of how that information will be used by the government — especially given how it's been misused in the past. The first in our series about who counts in 2020.
Once a decade, every household in the United States is required by law to fill out the U.S. census. For many people, most of the questions seem pretty straightforward ... except when it comes to race.
With Chinese wet markets a disease time-bomb, bats are now back on the menu in China, along with other wild animals side by side with domestic dogs and cats. The CCP Virus that has killed thousands of its citizens didn’t teach them anything. In January, the wet markets in Wuhan were closed by the Communist […]
Findings that the CCP Virus, also known as the coronavirus may be transmitted via air are suggested in a new study, released over the weekend. The results, yet to be confirmed, were undertaken jointly by the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), the National Strategic Research Institute at the University of Nebraska and others that […]
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday, March 27, approved a CCP Virus (Wuhan coronavirus) test that can provide results in less than 15 minutes amid the spike of cases in the United States.  The test’s makers, Abbott, said it plans to start delivering 50,000 tests per day starting next week. The tests […]
What's Code Switch? It's fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for! Here's a playlist of our favorite episodes of the podcast.
This week, senior correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates talks with the best-selling author Terry McMillan, famous for her novels Waiting to Exhale and How Stella Got Her Groove Back. The two longtime friends chat about McMillan's latest novel, It's Not All Downhill From Here, and the topics the book tackles: aging, friendship, race and sex.
In his new book Redress: The Inside Story of the Successful Campaign for Japanese American Reparations, John Tateishi recounts the fight for justice in the wake of World War II internment camps.
The state of Massachusetts’s  Department of Health ordered all nonessential surgery canceled. The governor has elected to declare abortions scheduled or not to be essential and which must continue to be provided despite the potential spread of the CCP Virus (Wuhan coronavirus). Although other nonessential procedures such as colonoscopies and knee replacements were suspended, abortions […]
A federal authority that is responsible for handling foreign affairs matters warned the general public not to go abroad due to a deadly Asian disease.
When Bad Bunny released YHLQMDLG, he coined a new term: "bichiyal." It fuses two Puerto Rican slang words—"bicha" and "yal"—and illustrates reggaeton's complicated relationship with class and women.