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Most shops are closed for fear of looting. I just saw a woman running down the street, shouting, “Please give blood, please give blood!” and telling people where to go. It’s the same feeling there was in the Marina district after the San Francisco earthquake..
I never understood the depth of that feeling or the reality of that because I was naturally a very happy person,” she told Elle Canada in an interview.Miranda says she got through the bad phase by realising that “every thought you have affects your reality and only you have control of your mind.”The model says she has learnt to co parent with Orlando and ensures that her son, 5 year old Flynn Christopher Bloom, spends quality time with both the parents.”The most important thing is that when he has his time with me, we have quality time together, and when he’s with his dad, he has quality time with him,” she said.”And it works out really well because I book in my photo shoots for the time he’s with his dad, and the rest of the time I just get to be a mom,” she added.Miranda, 33, says she has learnt to trust herself over the years. “What I have found is that everything you need, all of the answers are deep inside of you. Sit with yourself, take a few breaths and get close to your spirit.”.
Miami Dade police officers watch as demonstrators walk past during a protest against police brutality and the recent death of George Floyd on June 02, 2020 in Miami, Florida.Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.Two researchers who wrote a study on racial disparities in fatal police shootings have retracted their work after an opinion columnist at the Wall Street Journal misused the findings, they said.The study in question was published in April 2019 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and it looked at whether a police officer’s race could predict the races of the civilians they fatally shot.Studying a database of fatal shootings in 2015, Joseph Cesario of Michigan State University and David Johnson the University of Maryland concluded that there was no racial disparity across the cases. MacDonald pointed to the study as evidence that Black people are not more likely to be shot by police due to racism, both in the Wall Street Journal and City Journal.In response, Cesario and Johnson told RetractionWatch they were retracting their research.”We were careless when describing the inferences that could be made from our data. This led to the misuse of our article to support the position that the probability of being shot by police did not differ between Black and White Americans (MacDonald, 2019).