Do you remember when you came to my Yale talk on the history of affirmative action? You disrupted it, aggressively held the floor during Q&A, wouldn't let anyone else ask a ?, & refused to sit down. When I said you were rude & had no right to muzzle the audience, you left.
So many people do not seem to understand that a lot of us want to go back to work and have things open again, but without becoming martyrs for ANYONE’S cause. I’m not in it to die for my job. I’m not in it to die for your comfort or entertainment. #ProtectLibraryWorkers
Today’s #OntheParkBench features the Pandemic Toolkit. This is a distillation of an ongoing, crowd-sourced compilation of reality-tested strategies to help local and regional governments respond to challenges imposed by COVID-19.
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