In fact, the last time there was specific legislation targeting inequality and advancing the cause of justice was the civil rights and voting rights acts of 1964 and 1965. That was a helluva long tieME ago!
It is highly unfathomable that another president, Democrat or Republican would have overridden his own task force for example and pushed the FDA to start trying the hydroxychloroquine/azithromycin cocktail that was already being used in France for Covid-19 treament. This may very well save lives.
However, nations across the Pan-African world where the virus has still not yet spread as widely still have the opportunity to stem the spread by heeding lessons learned from the current hotspots including widespread testing, face covering and general hygiene.
In addition to stemming the spread of the virus, African nations in particular have the opportunity to invent a brand-new paradigm for their own economies. With the usual reliance on western nations and China now at a standstill, African nations must now develop new ways of providing food, healthcare and other services for their populations.
Thursday June 20th 2019, Washington, DC. Washington is abuzz with both the visit of Prime Minister Trudeau as well as reports of an Iranian drone that is said to have been flying […]
The White House, Washington, D.C. Nov 20th 2018 President Trump pardoned Peas and Carrots, the two Turkeys presented for the official WH Thanksgiving turkey pardon 2018 with jokes about subpoenas from House […]
American Meritocracy? Despite African Academic Achievements, Black Immigrants Face High Unemployment.
45 prefers an immigration policy that favors the blonde, blue eyed people of Norway. Sound familiar? Well, the White House will have to find a new term for its preferred immigration stance because a “merit based” system would certainly favor an influx of African immigrants who are highly under represented among immigrants to the United States anyway. A race based immigration policy would be a more accurate term if intellectual honesty was to be pursued.
Unearned White Privilege Embodied: The Juxtaposition of the Trump Presidency against the Obama Presidency
Juxtapose for a second the no drama Obama White House with the constant chaos, constant allegations of law breaking, questions debating actual treason, not just hyperbolically, but in a very literal sense, […]