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Washington Post PoliticsJun 05, 2020
The Energy 202: How carbon levels hit a record high even as emissions fell during coronavirus pandemic
It's evidence of how hard it is to tackle climate change.

Tennessee Must Allow Vote By Mail For All Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Judge Rules (Huffington Post Politics)

The Daily BeastJun 05, 2020
Documentary Legend Stanley Nelson Is ‘Very Proud' of His Daughter's Arrest at George Floyd Protests
Larry Busacca/GettyFilmmaker Stanley Nelson has directed some of the essential documentaries about the history of black activism, freedom work, and culture in the United States, including: Marcus Garvey: Look For Me in the Whirlwind; The Murder of Emmett Till; a 2009 series about immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border; Freedom Riders; The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution; and most recently Vick for ESPN's 30 for 30 series. 

Naturally, as a result of his decades of work, he has a lot to say about the torrent of events currently taking place in the United States, from the coronavirus pandemic, to the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, to the violent reign of President Donald Trump. And it's the latter that Nelson believes undergirds the protests taking place in major cities and towns across the country. 

According to Nelson, it's essential to remember that not only has anti-black brutality by the state existed since the U.S. was formed, but Donald Trump and the current Republican Party have resurfaced a special kind of brutality and neglect at a national level. The director believes that Floyd's killing—not even the most recent in a series of police killings of unarmed black Americans—has finally popped the lid off and stirred Americans, especially young ones, to more cohesive and collective action. I spoke to Nelson about his thoughts about the protests, the pandemic, and the future of policing in the United States. 

Fox PoliticsJun 04, 2020
Tennessee must let all registered voters cast ballots by mail amid coronavirus, judge rules
A Davidson County Judge on Thursday ruled that the state of Tennessee must provide its 4.1 million registered voters with a mail-in voting option, in light of the novel coronavirus pandemic 
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