Democratic Congresswoman Madeleine Dean of Pennsylvania reacts to the breaking news that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is said to be pleased about the House moving to impeach Trump, and says she does not feel safe at the Capitol following the insurrection. Aired on 01/12/2021.
Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) discusses his experiences serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and how it helped him navigate the Capitol invasion. He tells Lawrence O’Donnell that as an Army Ranger overseas he was trained and prepared for the environment, and on Wednesday “none of us were ever expecting to be in that position, as vulnerable as we were that day.” Aired on 01/12/2021.
Lawrence O’Donnell says just hours after the Capitol was attacked on Wednesday, 147 Republican members of Congress continued to attack the Constitution. By objecting to the legitimate results of the presidential election, he says those members of Congress violated their oath to defend the Constitution with “true faith and allegiance.” Aired on 01/12/2021.
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Over the past year, I’ve heard from thousands of teachers as you’ve made the sudden shift toward remote and blended learning. Regardless of your subject area or grade-level, the same questions consistently come up:
How can I make my online lessons more engaging so students actually want to come to class and participate?
How can I streamline my practices so I’m not spending so much time planning lessons and giving feedback?
How do I know what my students are doing on their individual computers when I can’t see their screens?
That’s why I’ve teamed up with an experienced group of educators from Marco Learning to create a special 1-day workshop to answer these critical questions.
In this live show, Marco Learning founder John Moscatiello and I will discuss why we created the workshop and provide a sneak peek of our 1-day workshop on January 16th.
Check out the full schedule and register by clicking on the link below.
Feeding the world’s hungry and helping children in need were enormous tasks even before the pandemic. While the coronavirus has made those groups of people even more vulnerable, impoverished nations are often left at the mercy of wealthy countries for support. David Beasley executive director of the World Food Program, and Henrietta Fore, executive director of UNICEF, join Amna Nawaz to discuss.
Welcome to Transition Studies. To prosper for very much longer on the changing Earth humankind will need to move beyond its current fossil-fueled civilization toward one that is sustained on recycled materials and renewable energy. This is not a trivial shift. It will require a major transition in all aspects of our lives.
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