“To my friends and family, I say things are changing,” says Victoria Beach, chair of the African American Community Advisory Council for the Seattle Police Department. “They say, you think they’ve changed and they haven’t." https://t.co/stQIJVD725
Do you need to get out of your house this weekend? Here’s an article from Seattle Met’s website about the 15 best city trails in Seattle: https://t.co/2RDhVkWyFZ Of course wear your mask and socially distance yourself, and Enjoy! https://t.co/P6pn19tafN
I see we're talking about pandemic-related loneliness!!
A while back, I talked with Jonathan Kanter, director of UW's Center for the Science of Social Connection, about how isolation was affecting us. (1) https://t.co/MPb8dEAf5j
“I bet everybody eats it once a month, just nobody talks about it anymore.”
Ummmmm, when I finally move back to the area I'm going to eat Teriyaki waaaaaay more than once a month.
And I talk about it to everyone! Sorry to my friends & co-workers when I won't shut up about it. https://t.co/bNTIWMRoLW
UW Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Center @SCTLCenter
The future of delivery: Will our stay-home habits stick around? A constant evolution is the best way to consider delivery’s future, thinks Anne Goodchild, founding director of the @UW Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics Center.
https://t.co/kevcdR2VAW / #futureofdelivery
In Seattle, the workers deemed most “essential” to the region’s pandemic survival have also frequently been the most socially and economically vulnerable to the virus’s scourge. Examining a splintered city in @SeattleMet, with art by @_Marisol_Ortega. https://t.co/PwqFNFdp03