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As racial tensions boil in the Twin Cities after the death of Daunte Wright, community activists work together for peace. Some struggle with their own emotions, too
Top chess players from Iran are seeking asylum elsewhere, following a long history of chess talent using international events to escape persecution at home
Rejoicing doesn’t get a rain check
Christian cadets at military academies have found new opportunities to serve amid pandemic restrictions
Counting the kindnesses of God’s providence
Brexit and COVID-19 restrictions reignite sectarian tensions

Cuba enacts major agricultural reforms in response to a food shortage.

Magazine Vol. 36, No. 8
April 24, 2021 | Vol. 36 No. 8
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Study ties work obsession to low birth rates
The money-for-nothing approach to fighting poverty is gaining popularity in the United States
Tech giant labels a pandemic discussion with scientists as misinformation
The agency will allow abortion groups to keep selling the abortion pill online despite safety concerns
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Friendship, grace, and wordplay suffuse The Professor and the Madman