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Commentary from University at Buffalo faculty experts on breaking news and other events.
The racist mass shooting that took 10 lives on Saturday occurred in a community that has endured decades of racism, and that painful history cannot be ignored, says center director Henry-Louis Taylor Jr.
The reasoning in the draft ruling means that rights to contraception, as well as same sex marriage could be gone as well, according to Lucinda Finley.
Infectious disease expert Thomas A. Russo questions regarding what the new guidelines mean for different groups depending on age, underlying conditions and other factors.
'We continue to see the harsh effects of racial and ethnic disparities adversely impacting individuals seeking safety at borders,' Kim Griswold says.
Democrats will shoulder blame come November unless the situation rapidly improves, Jacob Neiheisel says.
The sanctions are the best of all bad options, says in international political economy expert Elena McLean.
Expect to see a rise in similar cybersecurity attacks in the coming years, says Dominic Sellitto.
The best protection is afforded by N95/KN95/KF94 masks, says Tom Russo.
Given the makeup of the court, it will be interesting to see if MLB’s 100-year-old antitrust exemption survives, Helen "Nellie" Drew says.
Nicholas Rajkovich says many buildings are already being designed to be all electric because of climate or indoor air quality concerns.
The views and opinions expressed by faculty in commentary to news media are based on their scholarship and/or research and do not represent the official positions of the University at Buffalo.
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