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Communities, Climate, and the US Census

by Will Sedlack • April 17, 2020

The coronavirus has done something to time. We are suddenly and acutely aware of how long it really takes to wash our hands and how slowly housebound days pass. We know the projected impact of social distancing for 14-days compared to two months and we’re learning the long-term consequences of... Read More >>
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Rebuilding from this Crisis Gives Us the Opportunity to Rebuild Stronger

by Abigail Bradford • April 17, 2020

The coronavirus crisis has revealed our resilience and our compassion, both as individuals and as communities. From my mother, aunt, and many others who are sewing masks; to people delivering groceries to their elderly neighbors; to school districts continuing to provide free pick-up meals for kids—even those that aren’t old... Read More >>
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Creative Working from Home

by Gina Sawin • April 13, 2020

As MCV’s part time Administrative Coordinator, I have had much less to do these past few weeks – no office to look after and the staff are all self-supporting from home. But I do have another career, as a painter, and because of some opportunities to exhibit this summer, I’m... Read More >>
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Keep our Elections (and Your Loved Ones) Safe

by Will Sedlack • April 1, 2020

This is a challenging time. It’s probably safe to assume you’ve shifted your priorities in every aspect of your life. We understand, and we’re with you. Bills, schedules, kids, social distancing – with so much uncertainty, it’s easy to feel powerless. As we navigate our daily lives, the July Primary... Read More >>
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Stepping Up in the Face of Crisis

by Abigail Bradford • March 24, 2020

In the course of 5 minutes on Friday afternoon: My sister asked me if I could watch her kids next Thursday - she’s a nurse so is still working full-time, but now her 7 year-old daughter and 4 year-old son are also home full-time. Normally (having started my new job... Read More >>