The September 2020 Issue of Substance

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We were forced to suspend subscriptions to our print edition a year ago, and after wishing we could get back into print have finally admitted that we can only continue as an online publication. Therefore, readers can no longer subscribe to Substance on paper, but those who wish to donate will be thanked.

Stories about Substance founder and long-time editor George N. Schmidt on October 2018 Substance homepage

Dozens of stories about Substance founder George N. Schmidt, who died on Sept. 17, 2018, are published on the October 2018 Substance News homepage. Stories about George’s personal life appear on the left column . . .


Dr. John Kugler editing Substance

Long-time reporter John Kugler is now editing Substance. He took over the online news service in June 2020.

Substance, both as a subscription-paid, monthly newspaper for nearly 40 years and as an online news . . .


George loved going to White Sox games

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RAND study uncovers massive income shift to the top 1%

‘We were shocked’: RAND study uncovers massive income shift to the top 1%
09-14-20 - 10:00 AM by Rick Wartzman 6-minute read

The median worker should be making as much as $102,000 annually—if some . . .


Be Your Higher Self - Chadwick Boseman - Black Panther Mural



Rahmaan Statik . Be Your Higher Self / Chadwick Boseman / black panther mural . Spray paint on brick wall . 12x40ft . 89th and commerical . southeast chicago



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In memory of all those innocent souls that passed to heaven on 9/11 🇺🇸

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History of Labor Day

History of Labor Day
Labor Day: What it Means
Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. . . .


CDC issues federal eviction moratorium through end of year

BILLING CODE: 4163-18-P

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19




AGENCY:

Centers for Disease Control . . .


Trump administration declared teachers ‘essential workers.’ Here’s what that means.

The Trump administration is now labeling teachers “essential” workers, a move aimed at pushing school districts to open for in-person instruction for the fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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We were forced to suspend subscriptions to our print edition a year ago, and after wishing we could get back into print have finally admitted that we can only continue as an online publication. Therefore, readers can no longer subscribe to Substance on paper, but those who wish to donate will be thanked.

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