June 30, 2020

The pandemic put paid to some big arguments. Here are the ones we need to revive | Zoe Williams

When coronavirus began spreading, we stopped arguing about sovereignty – and survived. But failing to address racism caused the world to erupt I had one intoxicating […]
June 29, 2020

These Entrepreneurs Were Affected by Riots, But “See the Forest Instead of Focusing on the Trees”

Like many small business owners in communities of color, these entrepreneurs in Tampa are more concerned about forward progress than raging against rioters. Source
June 29, 2020

Madeline McWhinney Dale, Trailblazing Banker, Is Dead at 98

She was the first female officer of the Federal Reserve Bank. Later, in another first, she ran a commercial bank largely owned and operated by women. […]
June 29, 2020

Tony Blair won’t do housework, but Boris Johnson will do press-ups – spare me these macho politicians | Suzanne Moore

While male politicians flex their muscles, women are doing double and triple shifts at home. Is the solution to this 1950s-style problem some 1970s-style consciousness-raising? It’s […]