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Making special education work during the pandemic

During One Detroit's Education Special: School Daze, the team took a look at how special education is being handled in districts, by getting a sense of teacher, parent, and administrative perspectives.

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  • GOP gears up for a speedy confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett

    President Trump officially announced Amy Coney Barrett as his SCOTUS nominee on Saturday. With just 38 days left for the election, the confirmation process is expected to be short and fast. Jami Floyd, legal analyst and senior editor of WNYC's new law and justice unit, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the political and legal impact of this Barrett's nomination.

  • In rural Massachusetts, racial injustice persists despite big BLM turnout

    This summer, thousands of residents showed up for the Black Lives Matter protests in Great Barrington, Massachusetts -- a small town of less than 7,000 people. NewsHour Weekend's Zachary Green, who grew up there, reports on how Black people in the progressive town are still facing racial discrimination.

  • Will Gulf Coast hurricane season impact this year's vote?

    Climate justice organization 350.0rg is hosting an online forum on Wednesday called "Stronger than Storms," where leaders from U.S. communities on the frontlines of the climate crisis will share their experiences. One organization participating in the forum is the Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy based out of Sidell, Louisiana. NewsHour Weekend's Ivette Feliciano spoke with the center's founder, climate activist and Obama Foundation Fellow, Colette Pichon Battle, about civic engagement in the face of hurricane season.