With limited protective gear and no way to avoid the public, bus drivers have little way to protect themselves from exposure, and they cannot tell which passengers carry the virus.
“I return to work because I’m just as freaked out as everyone else. I find comfort in routine, in seeing the same faces day after day. My grocery store job is the only facet of my life that hasn’t completely changed in the last two weeks. Without it, I wouldn’t recognize anything at all and would probably sooner collapse with a nervous breakdown.”
Mark Lee Dickson came up with a plan. If cities could ban plastic straws, he asked, why not abortion?
A new HuffPost database explores the moral emergency of hate in the Trump era.
After interviewing 30 Muslim women about their experiences being harassed and excluded from places in America for wearing modest swimwear, Rowaida Abdelaziz shares the experiences of a few, who defiantly continue to swim in their burkinis.