In March, as communities shut down, Robert Roca, M.D., and his wife brought home his 96-year-old mother-in-law from an assisted living facility. “Had she stayed, she would have been alone in her room all day with no visitors.” Soon his brother-in-law moved in, and so did his daughter and son-in-law.
In March, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools across the United States shut down. When students would be allowed to return was anyone's guess. On Friday, March 13, my daughter’s middle school announced that it would close. Indefinitely. We don't know what fall will bring. There's been no word. It's
Kristine FireThunder has developed youth leadership programs where guest speakers who’ve grown up on a reservation share their stories, expressing how they overcame challenges faced by today’s youth. She says what’s essential is that children and teens hear from people who experienced the same history and forms of trauma and