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Lincoln county has published this statement: In this Directive there were several exceptions identified recognizing that not everyone could or should wear a face covering: ... People of color who have heightened concerns about racial profiling and harassment due to wearing face coverings in public. So yes, they most certainly did.


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No, there is currently no such requirement or exception to that requirement. For one week the health guidelines related to masks in Lincoln County, OR included an exception for people of color who were concerned about racial profiling/harassment for wearing a mask. That exception was removed in an update to the directive, and there are currently no ...


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False. The core of the claim is this line, talking about the ActBlue fundraiser platform: But by going to the “Expenditures,” page, you will find that Top Recipients are exclusive, Democratic candidates and their campaigns. That is to be expected, as ActBlue is a left-leaning platform specifically to "enable Democrats, progressive groups, and left-...


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The full report (downloaded from link in question) talks about methodology on page 8. They compare various assets and debts of different ethnic groups and use these values to calculate net worth for the groups. These values were determined by surveying different communities. For the NASCC project in general, about 70,000 personalized advanced letters were ...


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Yes. Prevalence of Vitamin D Deficiency and Its Associations with Skin Color in Pregnant Women in the First Trimester in a Sample from Switzerland concludes "In the most parsimonious model, women with dark skin color were statistically significantly more often vitamin D deficient compared to women with light skin color..." Similarly, Colour Counts: ...


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I wasn't going to answer, but since a lot of the discussion has been about the statistical aspects and I have some background in that, maybe I can add something here. TLDR: The study doesn't give enough detail to fully assess the methods, but what I can see is consistent with what I'd expect from a decent survey. (That is: I'm not saying it's right, but I ...


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