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Matters of the Heart

Two failed drugs tests yielded very different results. Where was the compassion for Sha’Carri Richardson when she needed it?

Photo by Shinnosuke Ando on Unsplash

In recent days, the news broke that Olympic figure skating star, Kamila Valieva, failed a drug test for a heart medication. Rather than ban her from competing, the Olympic committee has decided to allow her to retain her…

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Cindy Shapiro

Cindy Shapiro

Cindy Shapiro is long-time teacher living in Colorado. As founder of Teacher Says, a podcast and website (TeacherSays.org) she aims to elevate teachers’ voices.

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