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June 22, 2020: Creating A Digital ‘Green Book’; Pandemic Impacts Antarctic Research

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Crystal Egli and Parker McMullen Bushman, digital Green Book
Courtesy of Crystal Egli
Crystal Egli, left, and Parker McMullen Bushman pose for a selfie. The two are working together on a digital version of the Green Book as a guide to safe spaces for Black people.

Two Colorado women are working on an updated, digital version of the Green Book, a travel guide first published in the 1930s to help Black people safely travel across the country. Plus, a 100-day report card on how restaurants are faring during the pandemic. And, how the pandemic is affecting a CU professor’s climate research in Antarctica.