Feminists Cope with Coronavirus – Ms. Magazine

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Seniors at Wellesley College organized an impromptu graduation before they left they left campus. (The New York Times)

This week there has been a whirlwind of news relating to the spread of the coronavirus and the new realities we are all facing. For some without adequate healthcare or underlying medical conditions the threat to life is grave while for others the challenges of working remotely and ‘social distancing’ are very real. My youngest daughter is a college senior and so is bracing for an anti-climatic end to her collegiate career.

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