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Businesses owned by people of color are particularly vulnerable to the economic impacts of COVID-19. So this year, consider ditching the big corporations and opt for patronizing these small businesses instead.
An epidemiologist shares her family’s plan for safer holiday gatherings during the pandemic.
I didn’t know Christians could be Democrats until I got to college. Though affiliated with the relatively conservative Christian Reformed Church, my school had a small but vocal minority of
This holiday season, Kristin Eriko Posner has her San Francisco home prepared for a cocktail-style Hanukkah celebration: a seasonal winter crudité platter and spiced nuts sit on the table, local
For years, when I would go home for Christmas, I would have the exact same conversation with my grandmother. “Have you lost weight?” she would ask, jubilantly. I almost never
Get your warm fuzzies with a side of righteousness.
There are better ways to find connection.
Ditch the big companies for your last-minute holiday shopping and support these small businesses instead.
You’re not alone. Here’s how to prepare for those encounters.