In this week's episode, we recap Music's Biggest Night (The Grammys.) Congrats to Beyoncé on becoming the most decorated artist in Grammy history, to Kim Petras on becoming the first transgender woman to take home an award, to Lizzo, Harry, and Bonnie Rait!
Speaking of performances, a suspected Chinese spy balloon was shot down after entering U.S. airspace.
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake and several aftershocks struck southeastern Turkey, causing more than 3,452 deaths. If you are considering donating, here is a list of organizations (courtesy of Time Magazine) to look into that are providing aid:
- The White Helmets
- Turkish Red Crescent (Türk Kızılay) …
- International Rescue Committee
- Save the Children
- Global Giving
- Project HOPE
We are a week into Black History Month and each year the Association for the Study of African American Life and History chooses a different theme.
This year is "Black Resistance."
Learn more about them here:
Finally, in your Good News Corner: 9-year-old Bobbi Wilson was doing her part to rid her neighborhood of those pesky lantern flies before a neighbor called the police. She's now being recognized for her efforts by Yale's School of Public Health.
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