The Pandemic Auto Market

With all that time shut in at home, it seems a lot of us have been shopping for cars. The website Cars.com recently did a survey that found nearly 60% of car buyers said the pandemic influenced their decision to purchase a vehicle. And more than 50% bought sooner than originally planned, according...

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Don’t Let Down Your Guard!

Samantha Helen was a healthy 26-year-old when she was hit with Covid-19. The virus caused her brain to swell, and it permanently affected her vision. A talented makeup artist, Samantha had to learn to navigate with limited eyesight. She’s been told she has nerve damage and that she will...

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Ear Jewelry Celebrates the Deaf Community

New York–based brand Private Policy has collaborated with activist, artist, and actor Chella Man on a line of jewelry that celebrates the beauty in the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities, The Cut reports. The gold-plated jewelry was inspired by Chella Man’s artwork, and the accompanying...

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Deaf Women Fought for the Right to Vote

Countless deaf women have fought for personal and professional recognition, including for the right to vote, writes Joan Naturale in The Conversation. One of them was Annie Jump Cannon, a pioneering astronomer. Naturale writes: Born in 1863, she experienced progressive hearing loss starting at a...

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