Graphics reporter Education: Columbia University, MS in data journalism Adrián Blanco Ramos is a graphics reporter in the graphics department at The Washington Post. He previously worked as a data journalist at El Confidencial, focusing on data visualization, data analysis and investigative journalism. He participated in the International Consortium of Investigative Journalist’s Paradise Papers investigation. He also interned at the Spanish international news agency Agencia EFE, Radio Televisión Española and the Times of London. Professional Affiliations: IRE, ONA Foreign languages spoken: English, Spanish
Much like the Charleston church shooting in 2015 and the deadly white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017, George Floyd’s death has sparked a wave of Confederate monument removals, either by fiat or by force.
How does the coronavirus pandemic end? Governments around the world are trying to figure that out, along with what role they can play. Some countries — including China, South Korea and Japan — appear to have had some success in slowing the rate of infection. But the United States and many European nations are still seeing exponential growth in cases.