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Coronavirus and the Economic Collapse

During previous global financial crises—not to say they are a frequent occurrence—emerging markets have continued to bolster the world’s economy. For instance, manufacturing powerhouses like China and India have registered high growth in such times. However, the Coronavirus crisis has forced every economy into crisis. This eliminates the possibility of an export-driven recovery; instead, the U.S. must focus on addressing …

Coronavirus and the Economic Collapse

During previous global financial crises—not to say they are a frequent occurrence—emerging markets have continued to bolster the world’s economy. For instance, manufacturing powerhouses like China and India have registered high growth in such times. However, the Coronavirus crisis has forced every economy into crisis. This eliminates the possibility of an export-driven recovery; instead, the U.S. must focus on addressing …

Prison Polls: a look into voting disenfranchisement for those still incarcerated

When Ava Duvanay debuted her latest Netflix Series “When They See Us,”  American citizens were forced to reexamine their views on our nation’s incarcerated and challenge racialized stigma of those behind bars. For decades, suffrage for marginalized people affected by voting disenfranchisement has been reformed in many states. For example, this past November, voters in Florida favored giving felons the …

Prison Polls: a look into voting disenfranchisement for those still incarcerated

When Ava Duvanay debuted her latest Netflix Series “When They See Us,”  American citizens were forced to reexamine their views on our nation’s incarcerated and challenge racialized stigma of those behind bars. For decades, suffrage for marginalized people affected by voting disenfranchisement has been reformed in many states. For example, this past November, voters in Florida favored giving felons the …

Racial Injustice: From Both a White and POC Perspective

Sometimes I overhear comments like… “I’m Asian, and I’m discriminated against, so is it my responsibility to fight for black lives?” Or “I’m white, but do I really need to acknowledge my white privilege? Is it even possible to use it for good?” Well, the short answer is yes. The long answer is hell yes. And then there’s me: half …

Racial Injustice: From Both a White and POC Perspective

Sometimes I overhear comments like… “I’m Asian, and I’m discriminated against, so is it my responsibility to fight for black lives?” Or “I’m white, but do I really need to acknowledge my white privilege? Is it even possible to use it for good?” Well, the short answer is yes. The long answer is hell yes. And then there’s me: half …

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