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SPRING 2021 FUNDRAISER

Our Spring 2021 'Almost back to normal' fundraisier has begun. This is where you come in! To contribute online, click here. If you would like to call with your gift or pledge (during business hours) the number is 888-454-7800. If you would like to mail us a check, the address is: KCCU, 2800 W Gore Blvd, Lawton, OK 73505. Our overall goal is to raise $50,000, solely to pay for programming and program delivery. Most of our programs went up in cost anywhere from one to three percent for FY21....

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It's been six months since the first COVID-19 vaccine was administered in the U.S. and now almost 40% of the country's population is fully vaccinated.

After more than a year of lockdown measures and quarantines, people are ready to get back to some sense of normal. With their vaccination cards in hand, they're ready to start traveling, go on vacations and see friends and family.

But how long that normalcy will be sustained depends on how long the vaccines offer protection from the coronavirus, and if people will need to receive booster shots in the future.

Last month, Ford announced it would allow staff who have been working remotely to remain remote — at least some of the time — long after the pandemic is over.

"Must be nice for them," thought Marcie Pedraza, an electrician at a Ford plant in Chicago. Like many workers across the U.S., from factories to grocery stores, working from home has never been an option for her. And that presents a challenge for companies frantically rewriting their remote work policies: How do you make the change feel fair, when not all employees can benefit?

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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with housing attorney Lee Camp about Wednesday's ruling that the CDC doesn't have the authority to stop land lords from evicting people during a pandemic.

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Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

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Turner Classic Movies' Reframed series aims to provide context and conversation around canonical films that have been revealed as problematic by contemporary standards.

As India fights a staggering surge of COVID-19, some scientists suspect a reason for the record-breaking outbreak may be a new variant which spreads faster than any other seen so far.

Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

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