COVID-19’s Amplification of Systematic Racism in Poor Communities

While the current U.S. economy is in the works of recovery, many families have to deal with the loss of family members, jobs, and homes. So many families have been affected by COVID-19. However, the impact COVID-19 has on families who were already struggling compared to high-income communities is staggeringly high. Social inequities in low-income […]

Reforming Racial Gaps In Education

Introduction In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, a black man killed by police officers leaving many around the globe outraged at the police brutality towards blacks, another racial gap in society being called into attention is education. An education is what many call a basic human right, but what is missing still is equality […]

Similar To Starbucks, All Fast Food Needs Racial Bias Training

Fast Food restaurants need racial bias training classes with all their employees to teach them to respect everyone- not just their race. In 2018, we are hearing about too many things and seeing so many changes like the #MeToo movement to be worrying about how the employees at restaurants and fast food chains will treat us […]

McGlockton Incident Highlights Why African-Americans Distrust Police

Markeis McGlockton Incident On July 19, 2018 in Clearwater, Florida, Markeis McGlockton, an African-American man, was at a convenience store with his five-year-old son when he saw Michael Drejka, a white man, berating his girlfriend over a parking spot. So, Markeis McGlockton confronted Michael Drejka over the matter by shoving him to the ground. However, […]

Sean on the Sidewalk

Nowadays, it seems that police brutality has integrated into society. All over the news, reports of police misconduct and viral videos of brute force targeted against African Americans appear. The excessive force used by the police towards the black community is indicative of racial bias and instills a lurking mistrust of America’s law enforcement into […]