Over the course of one week, ICE and the US higher education system have been…
In recent weeks, social justice activists have called for a widespread reckoning with the United States’ longstanding racial inequalities.
This movement includes a campaign to rename schools, monuments, and other public spaces that currently honor slave-owning and/or discriminatory individuals.
Time and time again, the Trump Administration has portrayed the Latino community as its main antagonist. From calling Mexicans rapists, criminals, and drug dealers in 2016 to rescinding the DACA program in 2017, and then condemning the Central American migrant caravans of 2018, President Trump has long established his anti-bad hombre political agenda. Now, the Latino vote carries the magnitude and impact needed to elect Biden and throw Trump out of office.
While current polls place presidential candidate Joe Biden ahead of President Trump by double digits, Biden’s campaign still finds itself struggling to gain traction with young voters. Below, I examine different ways the campaign can boost its appeal with this critical demographic.
Here is what Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Silicon Valley Bank, and others have announced regarding donations for racial justice advocacy and how it compares to previous diversity practices and total monetary assets.
Unlike our newly outraged white peers, many people of color have long known that we play on unequal ground. In addition to experiencing varying levels of racial bias ourselves, many reached out to support the black community.