A full-blown, everybody back in the buildings opening doesn’t seem practical with the increasing numbers of younger (under 35) people becoming infected with COVID-19. That group is primarily the parents of our elementary student population, so it’s not a good idea to put them back in classrooms to possibly infect their, usually middle aged or older, teachers and administrators.
Abraham Lincoln, regarded by many as our finest president, made decisions that, by today’s standards, would be completely unacceptable. Martin Luther King, Jr., a man who is admired by white people as well as Black, as it has been widely reported, showed some personal weaknesses. Do their flaws, both professional and personal, disqualify them from being persons whom we all should try to emulate. I say no. Their good works far outweigh any negative actions.