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Top of Mind Thursday June 11, 2020: Opening the Door

        In the last several weeks, many US states and other countries around the world have started re-opening parts of their economies. In some cases, like New Zealand and South Korea, the coronavirus has been virtually vanquished. … Continue reading

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Top of Mind Thursday June 4, 2020: A Lesson Still Not Learned

        Last week, I asked how long we could go through the same process of deja vu before things change. Since then, not only have things not changed for the better, they’ve gotten significantly worse. Ten days … Continue reading

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Top of Mind Thursday May 28, 2020: Deja Vu All Over Again

        The scenes are familiar–only the names have changed. Two weeks ago, we saw video footage of the shooting of Ahmed Aubrey by two former police officers. Yesterday, it was George Floyd, who was choked to death … Continue reading

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Top of Mind Thursday May 21, 2020: Hurry Up and Wait

        The economy is beginning to open up–across the US, and in many other parts of the world. While we don’t yet know exactly how this process will unfold, one thing is certain: The ways we interact … Continue reading

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