Category Archives: Families

Radnor Reports…from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

The Real State of Family Wealth: Will COVID-19 Worsen Racial, Educational and Generational Gaps in the U.S.? By Ana Hernández Kent, Policy Analyst, Center for Household Financial Stability; Lowell R. Ricketts, Lead Analyst, Center for Household Financial Stability; William R. Emmons, Economist and … Continue reading

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How To Fight With Your Family At Thanksgiving

Maggie Koerth of FiveThirtyEight – 1. Holidays can be hard. Holidays mixed with politics can be even harder. 2. If you’re arguing about values, decide whether your values include maintaining the relationship. 3. Arguments go better in families that value … Continue reading

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Trump is stripping immigrant children of protections, critics say. Supporters say he’s closing loopholes

Andrea Castillo of the Los Angeles Times – Continue…

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Since Parkland…

From SinceParkland.org – Fatal shootings of children have been on the rise, government data show. But as the deaths mount, the toll is bigger than numbers can capture. Working with The Trace, Miami Herald, and McClatchy, student reporters set out to measure … Continue reading

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A congressman rails against undocumented immigrants as his estranged siblings care for them and other patients in need

By Greg Jaffe of the Washington Post – Three months had passed since Grace Gosar and five of her siblings decided they had to do something to stop their brother, a hard-line conservative and staunch defender of President Trump, from … Continue reading

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