Stories by Elayne Clift
Issue of Aug 26, 2020 (#576)
- Who will fill the child-care gap?: The child-care system in this country is broken — and exacerbated by the pandemic
Issue of Aug 12, 2020 (#574)
- Why identify an artist’s skin color? : Many now argue that it is time for white people to stop depicting Black people, who need to tell their own stories and make their own art. But if one is moved by art to take action, does it matter who made it?
Issue of Aug 5, 2020 (#573)
- Holcombe: clear priorities and policy perspectives to address them
Issue of Jul 15, 2020 (#570)
- Yes, this is who we are: From oppressing Native people to lynching Black people, this country has a long history of cruel discrimination. But even in the face of dictatorial repression, we can see signs of who we can be.
Issue of May 6, 2020 (#560)
- Our remodeled future: After the pandemic, more women are likely to be in positions of authority given their proven expertise in handling COVID-19 and modeling leadership at all levels
Issue of Mar 25, 2020 (#554)
- Can a pandemic restore humanity?: The vast majority of us realize the urgency of compassionate, face-to-face interactive community. We carry on, and hopefully grow from the experience of this shared, separative crisis.
Issue of Mar 11, 2020 (#552)
- The female faces of leadership — past, present, future: March is the month to reflect on women’s formidable contributions to keeping the world moving forward
Issue of Jan 29, 2020 (#546)
- Will the Democrats identify their Dr. Koop?: A multifaceted anti-smoking campaign led to the percentage of Americans who smoked dropping by 33 percent in the 1980s. Democrats urgently need a similar, strategic, unified media campaign designed to counter misinformation and denial about what’s at stake in November.