The millennials’ pandemic

Young professionals, some of whom thought the coronavirus wouldn’t affect their lives, are quickly learning that they, too, are vulnerable. They are learning to cope with social isolation and economic uncertainty.

Leading Foodlink with a sure hand

Those who know her use words like calm, empathetic and entrepreneurial to describe President and CEO Julia Tedesco, who has guided the nonprofit’s response to COVID-19.

A market without crowds

To operate amid the pandemic, the Brighton Farmers Market adopted measures to ensure social distancing and minimize patrons’ contact with products and other shoppers.

The divide within us

Racism is complex and polarizing—and its dehumanizing nature affects all of us.

A question for our community

Last weekend’s rally to protest the death of George Floyd, and the violence and looting that followed it, brought to the forefront issues of racism and unequal justice. How will our community respond?

The importance of nonviolence now

Kit Miller, director of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, says her group’s new campaign presents nonviolence as a solution for young people—a matter of increased urgency after last weekend’s rioting in Rochester.

Leonard Brock’s next step

After five years as leader of the Rochester Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative, he has chosen a different path to combat racial and economic inequities.