Monthly Archives: September 2020

75th UN General Assembly: Highlights
By admin September 26, 2020

75th UN General Assembly highlights: On its 75th anniversary, and amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, the “United Nations will for the first time convened world leaders in a virtual format to seek action and solutions for a world in crisis. Several major events, in addition to the General Debate, [highlighted] action and solutions to ignite

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Prevent COVID in Schools: Safe Distance Desk Shield
By admin September 25, 2020

How do you prevent COVID in schools? Right now, millions of parents and teachers around the world are concerned about their kids/students going back to school during the COVID-19 pandemic. How can you ensure student safety in classrooms and proceed with classroom instruction in the “new normal”? We’re excited to be working with our PPE

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COVID-19 News and Headlines: September 25, 2020
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COVID-19 news: The COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) pandemic continues to pose serious challenges to health systems, governments and the population at large.  Staying on top of the latest COVID-19 news and information is critical. With that in mind, we will continue to provide regular updates via this blog and our COVID-19 Response Team. Global Numbers: 32

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South Korea: How to Conduct an Election During COVID-19
By admin September 19, 2020

South Korea successfully held its general election on April 15 and provided some key lessons for how to conduct an election during COVID-19. This should come in handy for the U.S. presidential Here are the key takeaways per this U.S. Global Leadership Coalition article: South Korea imposed strict health and safety measures to ensure voters’ safety

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court and a pioneering advocate for women’s rights, who in her ninth decade became a much younger generation’s unlikely cultural icon, died on Friday at her home in Washington. She was 87.  NYT article below: The cause was complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer, the

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Japan’s New Prime Minister: Yoshihide Suga
By admin September 15, 2020

Photo by Kiyoshi Ota – Pool/Getty Images The new Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will succeed Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving PM who resigned due to health complications. Suga was voted in as the new leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), securing about 70% of the votes, paving the way for the 71-year-old to

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What’s the Connection Between Wildfires and Climate Change?
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Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan / Staff / Getty Images Is there a connection between wildfires and climate change — the fires that are currently devastating the Western states (particularly California, Washington, Oregon)? As of September 14th (10pm ET), CNBC notes that: Historic wildfires are burning millions of acres and destroying homes and entire towns in California, Oregon and Washington

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What’s in the Biden Economic Plan?
By admin September 14, 2020

What’s in the Biden economic plan? Currently leading in the polls, Vice President Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris are now focusing significant efforts around shoring up the economy vote and tying the current economic decline to Trump’s mishandling of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic. Here’s what you need to know: According to this excellent

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Why The Woodward Book is Devastating to Trump (CNN)
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Photo:Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images Over the last few days, the news cycle has been dominated by President Trump’s admission about the dangers of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Bob Woodward’s new book “Rage”. According to veteran journalist Peter Bergen, the Woodward book is devastating to Trump for several reasons. CNN article enclosed below: “Rage” may be

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What’s the Key to (Business) Success? Focus on the Why.
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Why do some companies succeed while others just do “okay” or fail? Why do some leaders inspire greatness while others don’t? The reason is deeply engrained in biology and how our brains work. It’s not the “WHAT” — it’s the “WHY”. This Simon Sinek TED Talk never (ever) gets old: “Start with Why”. “People don’t

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Remembering 9/11
By admin September 11, 2020

As New Yorkers and Americans, we take time today to honor all of those lost on 9/11 and to honor their memories. We also take time to reflect on the unity we felt after that day — confident in the knowledge that it can be restored. #911 #NeverForget #911Remembered #September11

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