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Trump extends pandemic-related visa ban through March 31 Donald Trump Visas cards judges United States

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Trump extends pandemic-related visa ban through March 31 Donald Trump Visas cards judges United States Trump extends pandemic-related visa ban through March 31 Donald Trump Visas cards judges United States President Donald Trump on Thursday extended pandemic-related bans on issuing green cards and work visas to large groups of applicants outside the United States through March 31. Federal judges limited …

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With Progressive Politics on March in New Zealand, Maori Minister Blazes New Trails

With Progressive Politics on March in New Zealand, Maori Minister Blazes New Trails

With Progressive Politics on March in New Zealand, Maori Minister Blazes New Trails With Progressive Politics on March in New Zealand, Maori Minister Blazes New Trails Nanaia Mahuta entered New Zealand’s Parliament as the youngest Maori woman to ever gain a seat. More than two decades later, she has become the country’s minister of foreign affairs, another trailblazing first. So …

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Larry Fink on Trump, the 1963 march on Washington and today’s BLM movement | The Independent

Many Shades of Concern, the Larry Fink print now on sale to benefit The Until Freedom organisation

Larry Fink on Trump, the 1963 march on Washington and today’s BLM movement | The Independent Larry Fink on Trump, the 1963 march on Washington and today’s BLM movement | The Independent F ifty-seven years ago, on 28 August 1963, Larry Fink was zooming down the highway from New York to Washington DC, an American flag streaming from the back …

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How the Pride March Made History

How the Pride March Made History

How the Pride March Made History How the Pride March Made History This article is part of our latest Pride special report, featuring L.G.B.T.Q. voices on the challenges and possibilities of these troubled times. This month marks the 50th anniversary of the first Pride march, which was held in New York City on June 28, 1970. The event — officially …

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Solidarity in a Wedding and a March

Solidarity in a Wedding and a March

Solidarity in a Wedding and a March Solidarity in a Wedding and a March A familiar soundtrack of police choppers, emergency sirens and rhythmic chants could be heard outside the Church of St. Luke and the Epiphany on June 6 in Philadelphia, where Brad Luna and Adam Ouanes had just been married by the Rev. Robert Smith, an Episcopal priest. …

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N.B.A. Players March in George Floyd Protests

N.B.A. Players March in George Floyd Protests

N.B.A. Players March in George Floyd Protests N.B.A. Players March in George Floyd Protests A broad range of athletes and sports figures have issued statements on social media condemning the killing of George Floyd and other police violence against African-Americans. But several N.B.A. players have gone even farther. They’ve jumped off the sidelines to join the sprawling protests that have …

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Garrison Keillor’s Cruise Was Cancelled in March. Loyal Fans Still Waiting for Refunds.

Garrison Keillor's Cruise Was Cancelled in March. Loyal Fans Still Waiting for Refunds.

Garrison Keillor’s Cruise Was Cancelled in March. Loyal Fans Still Waiting for Refunds. Garrison Keillor’s Cruise Was Cancelled in March. Loyal Fans Still Waiting for Refunds. When reservations for this year’s cruise with Garrison Keillor, the former public radio host, went on sale last May, Mr. Keillor’s loyal listeners rushed to claim passage. Cabins sold out in 23 hours. The …

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Trump claws back after Biden wins March fundraising race

Trump claws back after Biden wins March fundraising race

Trump claws back after Biden wins March fundraising race Trump claws back after Biden wins March fundraising race Despite a rocky month, the Trump campaign has erased former Vice President Joe Biden’s March fundraising advantage as the president hauled in over $1m more than his expected general election foe in April. Mr Trump’s re-election campaign and the national Republican Party …

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The School Year Really Ended in March

The School Year Really Ended in March

The School Year Really Ended in March The School Year Really Ended in March School-age children across America are struggling to learn under challenging conditions. Some, no doubt, have made real progress. But it’s time to admit that, for the vast majority of students, online learning and work sheets are no substitute for trained teachers in classrooms. For most children, …

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March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless

Michael Wilson

March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless March, April, May: City’s Mood Darkens as Crisis Feels Endless With no clues about when the pandemic might subside, short-term discomfort is becoming long-term despair: “I feel like I have accepted this, and given up.” April 25, 2020 A walk in the park brings tense flare-ups: Back off, you’re too …

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