Daily Archives: May 30, 2020

THE FIRE IS UPON US

“A great read.”—Whoopi Goldberg, The View How the clash between the civil rights firebrand and the father of modern conservatism continues to illuminate America’s racial divide On February 18, 1965, an overflowing crowd packed the Cambridge Union in Cambridge, England, … Continue reading

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Mineduc lanza nueva oferta formativa para apoyar a la comunidad docente en el contexto de emergencia sanitaria: Más de 9 mil cupos disponibles: 28 nuevos cursos gratuitos

El Ministerio de Educación, a través de su Centro de Perfeccionamiento, Experimentación e Investigaciones Pedagógicas (CPEIP), ha dispuesto una nueva oferta para el desarrollo docente, la cual busca responder a las necesidades que experimentan profesores, educadores y directivos en el … Continue reading

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“I Can’t Breathe”: Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd

8 minutes and 46 seconds. That’s how long Derek Chauvin held his knee on George Floyd’s neck, as alleged by the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office criminal complaint against the former Minneapolis police officer. “The defendant had his knee on Mr. … Continue reading

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Harvard University Graduates Its Class of 2020: “Facts, Truth Matter.” The danger of ‘misinformation, disinformation, delusions, and deceit’

By Alvin Powell Harvard Staff Writer DateMay 28, 2020 Washington Post’s Baron sends along the Class of 2020 with message that facts, truth matter Email Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron offered a ringing defense of facts … Continue reading

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