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I covered historic Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 despite Covid-19 risks, capturing a viral moment of hope amid global turmoil. Four years later, I reflect on the impact of community journalism on social change and media representation. more
Voters will decide the 2024 election in five months, with Biden's campaign focusing on economic issues and countering misinformation to secure re-election. more
The 2024 presidential race is unprecedented, with Biden and Trump leading amid unique challenges. Early debates and fluctuating poll numbers highlight the campaign's unpredictability. more
Across the United States today, law enforcement agencies are being forced to contend with a previously unforeseen convergence of crises: An explosion in fentanyl and other illicit drug trafficking. more
Reflecting on the complexities and joys of growing up in a large family, I am reminded of the swift passage of time and the importance of cherishing each moment, especially as I watch my youngest niece, Laci, graduate high school and embark on her future. more
The hidden history of 18th-century molly houses and their significance for gender-nonconforming communities, as explored in a recent lecture at Raynham Hall Museum, and why uncovering marginalized histories changes our understanding of the past and shapes a more inclusive future. more
As superintendent of Freeport Public Schools, I am proud to reflect on how our district has embraced and advanced STEM education, transforming it from a specialized field into an essential component of our curriculum that prepares students for the challenges and opportunities of the future. more
In the early hours of May 15, an unsettling event transpired in New York City. Rothschild TLV, a kosher restaurant on Manhattan’s Lexington Avenue, was targeted by vandals. The incident came on the heels of anti-Israel protests, casting a grim light on the surge of antisemitism that has beset the city. more
Recently I had the opportunity to take part in a forum on President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms, hosted by Cornell University’s Institute of Politics and Global Affairs, which is directed by former U.S. Rep. Steve Israel. more
Poll after poll shows that most Americans believe the United States is more divided than usual. With many contentious issues appearing to lack compromises, constructive policies can emerge, but zealots on either side must have no greater influence in the debate, and solutions must be based not on either side’s so-called “facts,” but rather on the truth. more
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