Racism and xenophobia are on the rise as the coronavirus spreads

Asians and Asian Americans are facing increased discrimination linked to the spread of the novel coronavirus, impacting businesses as well as individuals. In New York City’s Chinatown, restaurant owner Rose Wu says business has dropped significantly since the coronavirus outbreak.

Originally published on CNN Facebook Watch show Go There on February 18, 2020


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Marijuana saved these flower farmers’ business

The legalization of marijuana in California became a huge opportunity for flower farmers, who saw their industry declining over the past 30 years. Meet one family of six-generation flower growers who saved their business by switching over to cannabis, and watched their profits rise.

Originally published on CNN Facebook Watch show Go There on February 14, 2020


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The dangers of high school football are scaring parents out of the game

In a single season of football at the high school and college level, players are taking about 700-1000 hits to the head. Participation in high school football has declined 10% over the past decade, with parents citing fears about head injuries as a deterrent. Eric Clark, a 16 year old in Atlanta, was nearly paralyzed during a football game last year. While it was devastating to his family, his brother Andre is still passionate about the game.


Originally published on CNN Facebook Watch show Go There on January 31, 2020

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