Disney’s Mulan, SheSheds, and a conversation about the last six months of COVID-19 quarantine

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In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent discuss west coast wildfires, Disney’s Mulan, the ongoing opioid crisis, the Tokyo Olympics, the return of the NFL, and SheSheds. Lindsay also gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including a piece by Catherine Parks with "Are we teaching our children civility with our lives? Putting ourselves in another’s shoes," Dan Darling with "5 things I learned about work from working remote," and Jeff Pickering with "Why I’ve looked forward to church outside during COVID-19." Also in this episode, the hosts are joined by Meagan Smith to talk about the last six months since the start of quarantine.

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  1. California's Bay Area wakes up to disorienting orange skies
  2. At least seven dead as swath of wildfires rage across California, Oregon, Washington, other Western states
  3. Disney’s live-action Mulan released worldwide after months-long delays
  4. Disney’s ‘Mulan’ faces criticism for filming in China’s Xinjiang region
  5. The Opioid Crisis, Already Serious, Has Intensified During Coronavirus Pandemic
  6. New York City to Resume Indoor Dining at Restaurants
  7. West Virginia University becomes the latest school to backtrack on in-person classes after a spike in COVID-19 cases
  8. Tokyo Olympics will go ahead ‘with or without COVID-19' says IOC vice president
  9. Special report: The NFL is back and weirder than ever
  10. Americans are buying, building, converting backyard sheds into home offices

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