Graphics reporter Education: B.S. in Journalism, University of Kansas Bonnie Berkowitz is a reporter in the Graphics department who focuses on Health & Science topics but has reported and written for nearly every section. She came to The Post as Sports design director in 1995 from The Miami Herald and previously worked at the Orlando Sentinel, Fort Worth Star-Telegram and South Florida Sun-Sentinel (back when it was the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel).
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.
In the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, protesters transformed hundreds of feet of chain-link fencing erected to protect the White House into a massive, makeshift art project that demands equal protection for all Americans. Take a look.
Where are people going as coronavirus lockdown restrictions loosen in all 50 states? Grocery stores are busier and re-opened barbershops and hair salons are seeing a rush of customers. But what about restaurants, gyms and bars?
The majority of Americans are still spending much more of their time at home than before the pandemic. But in some regions of the U.S. people are moving around more than they were in March and April, even in areas where coronavirus stay-at-home restrictions haven’t lifted.