Sometimes teachers can miss a few things.
In 1960, six-year-old Ruby Bridges from New Orleans was the first black student to integrate at an elementary school in the South. Bridges and her mother had to be escorted by federal marshals each day because of hateful actions of the students and parents. One teacher accepted Ruby, and it was just the two of them in class as no other children would sit in the class with Ruby. She wanted to learn despite the color of her skin and never missed a day of school.
Leland: It's not going to be "easy" for anyone right now. We all have to do our best to follow the guidelines established. It is the only way we are going to get back to our normal way of life we had weeks ago. Everyone needs to adhere to them and do the best they can. The President is only one man, and he is not a medical expert. He has to follow and listen to those that are like Dr. Fauci and Birx. If they tell him we cannot "open" our Country and get back to business by April 30th, then he will make that decision when it comes. Until April 30th, we need to shelter in place. We can do this America. The Americans that lived through the Flu Epidemic in 1918 did not have the technology and medicine we do now. They suffered and got through it. We will, too. I am optimistic we will beat this and get back to a normal life. Stay safe everyone.