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Taking pride in an immigrant heritage so visible during this coronavirus crisis: Nancy C. Oakley

Taking pride in an immigrant heritage so visible during this coronavirus crisis: Nancy C. Oakley

One of my mother’s four brothers died in the Spanish flu epidemic in 1918. I have six family members who are health care workers. I fear for their safety but believe that because we have lifted a lamp beside the golden door, we have enhanced our chances of winning the struggle against this pandemic menace, writes Nancy C. Oakley in her Coronavirus: My Story essay.

Going viral - “CoronaDivideUs,” life-sustaining social distancing in the COVID age: Daniel E. Sokolowski

Going viral - “CoronaDivideUs,” life-sustaining social distancing in the COVID age: Daniel E. Sokolowski

Interestingly, when you consider both divisiveness and coronadivideus, one is a killer of respectful society, the other its savior, writes Daniel E. Sokolowski, a retired aerospace engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center, where he managed aerospace propulsion research and technology efforts, in his Coronavirus: My Story.