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Starbucks prevents baristas from wearing ‘Black Lives Matter’

Although the public supported Black Lives Matter on its social media channels and in a press release, an internal memo to employees obtained by BuzzFeed News made it clear that Starbucks would not allow the same baristas to do so. In a memo, Starbucks said it would not allow employees to wear “Black Lives Matter” material because “there are agitators …

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George Floyd: US gears for the weekend of Black Lives Matter protests – live updates – The Guardian

George Floyd: US geared up for Black Lives Matter protests weekend – live updates by The Guardian The confidential memo of 2015 has been warned against contact with Fox News ‘radical’ Black Lives Matter movement Starbucks prohibits employees from wearing anything in support of Black Lives Matter | TheHill The Hill Which Black Life Does It Matter? National Review The …

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Are schools safe this fall? Experts weigh in

“If you’re talking about kids going back to school and their safety, it really depends on the level of viral activity, and the specific place you’re talking about. What happens often, is obvious, but sometimes is misleading, shall we? talk about the country as a whole in a unidimensional way. “ “No ‘no-risk’ activity,” Joshua Sharfstein, vice dean for public …

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Australia will not be afraid of China: PM Morrison

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday that he would not be “intimidated” after China restricted certain Australian exports and encouraged Chinese tourists and students to evade Australia. . FILE PHOTO: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks during a state memorial honoring victims of Australian bushfires at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, …

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As Prime Minister, Boris Johnson is Struggling to Find His Voice

LONDON – After a week of protesting outside his home, a “racist” painting was painted in a memorial to Winston Churchill and a statue of a 17th-century slave trader in Bristol harbor was revealed, Minister Boris Johnson said he was going. address questions about race and justice in Parliament. However, standing in the chamber on Wednesday, Mr Johnson apparently did …

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