West, who has said he has bipolar disorder, announced his candidacy for the November 3 election in a brief tweet at the weekend, but he has yet to file any of the necessary paperwork to get on the ballot. … [Read more...] about Wakanda, the Birthday Party and Kanye West’s presidential hopes
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A 2018 investigative piece in the Times also alleged Trump used “suspect tax schemes as he reaped riches from his father,” as the paper’s headline put it. And a story last year in Mother Jones suggested that a large debt Trump owes to a company he owns could have suspect tax purposes. The financial documents for Trump and his companies could reveal whether Trump used clever but legal techniques to minimize his taxes or whether he crossed over lines into criminal activity. … [Read more...] about 5 questions about Trump’s finances that could be answered by seeing his records
Middelheim Museum in Antwerp, Belgium. Home to one of the most well-known sculpture gardens in Europe, the museum’s park features a collection of more than 70 statues by artists including Auguste Rodin, Jean Arp, and Alexander Calder. “We are a public institution, we are there for society, and we want everyone to feel welcome. We feel art today is something that allows for an inclusive conversation,” she says. “A president making up a list of subject matters, that’s actually the opposite of what we are trying to do.” … [Read more...] about Trump wants to build a sculpture park for ‘American Heroes.’ Here’s why that’s wrongheaded
“Kids can lose interest at any point. A teacher must be sensitive to that. High energy, fluency of language, vocal intonation, and gesturing help. Besides communication, an online teacher must be equipped with tactics, games, and activities to bring back drifting attention,” explains Anshul Bhagi, co-founder and CEO of Camp K12. … [Read more...] about Online teaching is hot skill now, but what does it take to get there?
Comparisons to the romanticized cultural memory of charismatic leadership in the civil rights movement devalues the hard work of today’s activists—as well as those who worked hard outside of the limelight in the earlier movement. Social change—then and now—derives from a critical mass of local work throughout the nation. Those who cannot find leaders in this movement are not looking hard enough. … [Read more...] about Why the current protest movement has (and needs) many different leaders