Today we join believers in social justice and freedom in recognition of of the birthday f Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. His life and legacy illuminate a path for which we are all attempting to tread to create a country that lives up to the true meaning of his creed and lead to a better place for us all.
Tipsters, tech-savvy kids, pharmacy hopping: How Americans are landing coronavirus vaccines | The Washington Post
Four days into her coronavirus vaccine hunt, Ramona Cohen struck out again. The Safeway in her D.C. neighborhood had no doses left after its last Thursday appointment. She still had four pharmacies left to try and a tip from her mail carrier that a grocery store a few miles away was giving away leftover vaccine.
Biden pledges to build scores of new vaccine sites and prioritize older Americans | The Washington Post
President-elect Joe Biden pledged to put Americans 65 and older near the front of the line for coronavirus vaccines and to expand the number of vaccination sites to quickly make up for the Trump administration’s bungled response.
The next Dungeons & Dragons book published by Wizards of the Coast will include the franchise’s first official adventure that is wheelchair accessible. Titled Candlekeep Mysteries, the collection of 17 one-shot adventures will be published on March 16 and will feature the work of 19 different designers.
In new video, Trump condemns violence without mentioning his second impeachment | the Washington Post
The House voted 232 to 197 on Wednesday to impeach President Trump an unprecedented second time, on a charge of “inciting violence” against the U.S. government. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) left open the possibility of voting to convict at a trial, which would occur after Trump leaves office next week.
People with disabilities desperately need the vaccine. But states disagree on when they’ll get it. | The Washington Post
For weeks, Wendy Lincicome has been asking the same question. She asks it on the phone. She asks it in emails to state officials. She cares for an epileptic blind man with cerebral palsy 24 hours a day, and when he is asleep, she types her question into Google.
Advocates for students with disabilities met with President-elect Joe Biden’s pick for education secretary this week to voice concerns about issues ranging from school discipline to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on special education services.
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