On this week’s episode: some good, updated advice on how to use covid rapid tests; the shocking disparity in training hours required for various non-potentially-lethal professions as compared to those required for the police; in the wake of the murder of Tyre Nichols, a challenge for each of us to begin imagining how we build a safe, healthy society without police; and — oh yeah, one more item related to the police — how a pivotal study shows that power doesn’t corrupt, it attracts.
Tyre Nichols’s photography: thiscaliforniakid2.wixsite.com/tnicholsphotography
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And here’s that covid rapid test article: www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/do-rapid-tests-still-work/
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