“At some point you have to protect your livelihood,” Kathy Diaz, owner of Monroe’s Restaurant, told local news station KOB4.Parents of schoolchildren in Jacksonville, Florida, called for school reopenings, and anti mask protesters have organized demonstrations against local mask mandates.Marlyn Hoilette, a nurse who spent four months working in the Covid 19 unit of her Florida hospital until testing positive recently, said she worries about returning to work.”Nurses are getting sick, nursing assistants are getting sick and my biggest fear is that it seems we want to return folks to work even without a negative test,” said Hoilette, who works at Palms West hospital in Loxahatchee, Florida. “It’s just a matter of time before you wipe the other staff out if you’re contagious, so that is a big problem.”USA TODAYup call Prominent group warns Biden campaign that it falling short on outreach to women of colorWith less than four months until Election Day, a prominent group that advocates for women of color said Joe Biden presidential campaign must ramp up its ground game and get out the vote efforts, particularly in battleground states, warning that, if not, the presumptive Democratic nominee could struggle to mobilize key voters She the People, a national advocacy group, outlined the concerns of grassroots political organizers after a series of 90 minute virtual listening sessions held the week of June 15. The sessions included 41 women from 16 states, including battleground states Florida, Michigan, Arizona and Pennsylvania..
Mais j’existe bel et bien, et cette souffrance, cette difficult d’crire, et ma volont d’avancer malgr tout, en sont la preuve. On ne se sent jamais tant exister que dans la contrainte et dans l’effort. Si c’tait un plaisir, un passe temps, un moment de dtente dans lequel je me vautrais paresseusement, si j’avais l’imagination galopante, la verve du narrateur, je pense que ce journal ne dirait pas ce qu’il a dire, n’aurait pas la valeur que je cherche lui donner, et qu’on pourrait alors lgitimement s’en mfier, mettre en doute son contenu.
Not welcome here. The painful racial reckoning playing out in a Wendy parking lotIn the early morning of Tuesday, bulldozers and backhoes moved in to demolish the charred ruins of a Wendy fast food restaurant that had become a shrine, a mini occupation zone, and rallying point for protesters since the building was set ablaze following the fatal police shooting of Rayshard Brooks. Activists who occupied the parking lot around the former drive through restaurant hoped to create a space that would affirm Black lives, even naming the site the Rayshard Brooks Peace Center.