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After my June 17-23 column, “The census is a wealth of enlightening information,” was published, I got to talking with my friend Carly Hurdle about how fertility rates are affected by race . . . more
We’re in the midst of a global reset in the wake of a pandemic that has humbled us all, reminding us how quickly a microscopic virus can send us hurtling off the rails. more
The New York Times published a number of articles on July 10 on the impact of climate change on our lives today. Collectively, they were frightening . . . more
June was National Homeownership Month. For many, homeownership is a part of the American dream that is proving to be increasingly difficult to attain. Long Island home prices . . . more
Until recently, I had never thought deeply how radical my parents were when I was a child. I’m not sure they realized it at the time. more
I just booked a reservation to see the next full solar eclipse. Call me an optimist; I expect to be there. more
Summer vacation for students this year follows almost a year and a half of coronavirus shutdowns and precautions. The learning loss during school closures was significant, and unless steps are taken, the U.S. risks the education of a generation of young people. more
I, for one, am comforted by the silence. I am relieved that the stream of misinformation, disinformation and general mean-spirited lunacy has been plugged. more
In 2011, I had the pleasure of meeting then Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. He was visiting New York City to raise money for his re-election campaign. His state was considering the passage of a law legalizing the sale of marijuana . . . more
Four milestones were reached in June on the road to racial equity. They recognize progress while underscoring the distance yet to be traveled. more
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