Coronavirus FAQs: Home Repair Guidelines, Toilet Plumes, Manicures And Self-Spraying


Each week, we answer “frequently asked questions” about life during the coronavirus crisis. And we ask readers to send in their queries. Some of the questions we get are a little … unusual. They may not be the most critical health questions. Yet they are definitely interesting. So this week, here is a sampling of … Continue reading Coronavirus FAQs: Home Repair Guidelines, Toilet Plumes, Manicures And Self-Spraying

Microaggressions Are A Big Deal: How To Talk Them Out And When To Walk Away


The police killing of George Floyd and the protests that followed have the nation discussing big issues of structural racism, policing and power. And maybe you’re thinking about your part in all of this, too. Maybe at your workplace or in your friend group or among family, you’re having difficult discussions about the instances of racism that you’ve seen … Continue reading Microaggressions Are A Big Deal: How To Talk Them Out And When To Walk Away

Coronavirus FAQs: How To Stay Safe While Protesting, When To Go Out After Recovery


This is part of a series looking at pressing coronavirus questions of the week. We’d like to hear what you’re curious about. Email us at goatsandsoda@npr.org with the subject line: “Weekly Coronavirus Questions.” What risks are there in attending a protest rally? Modelers say it’s difficult to assess how the protests will influence COVID-19 infections. But it’s … Continue reading Coronavirus FAQs: How To Stay Safe While Protesting, When To Go Out After Recovery