Should You Put Off Your Home Renovations Due to COVID-19?

July 16, 2020

COVID-19 has made life difficult for almost every business sector from the financial industry to bars and restaurants. One of the areas of great uncertainty during the global pandemic has been the construction industry with employment problems meaning many of us are choosing to put off the renovations or home improvements we would normally have […]

Right Wing Reopen “Patriots” use Americans with Disability Act as Excuse to not Wear Masks

June 6, 2020

  With much of the country practicing best safety practices while a still-active COVID-19 presence continues lurking and working its will among minorities, the eldery, and the health compromised, it was only a matter of time before self-proclaimed ‘Patriots’ twisted this storyline into one of deep state fan fiction where any efforts to protect our […]

I Can’t Breathe

June 4, 2020

On May 25th, an African American man, named George Floyd, in Minnesota became the latest in a long list of African Americans to be killed by American law enforcement. In a nearly nine minute video, Officer Derek Chauvin can be seen kneeling on the neck of Floyd, who repeats “please, I can’t breathe”. At a particularly […]

US Politics News: Return to Normalcy Schedule

April 29, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic ramps up across United States it’s easy to forget that it’s an election year. On Tuesday, November 3, the nation is expected to cast votes for the next president and, while the 2020 Elections may be several months away, the severe implications of the coronavirus pandemic that has turned life upside […]

Governor John Bel Edwards Press Briefing Addresses Social Distancing, African American Deaths, and Small Businesses

April 7, 2020

As expected, there was good news and bad news at the Governor’s press briefing, with some of the highlights concerning African Americans infection rate, continued social distancing, and help for small businesses. Governor Edwards said, “Yesterday I announced we believe we’re seeing early signs that the mitigation efforts are starting to pay off.“However, “I don’t […]

COVID-19 Statistics Explained in an Infographic

April 6, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has reached its epitome and it has now increased a sense of fear amongst the people. Not only the elderly, but the youth is getting much more attracted because of this deadly virus. As of now, biochemical labs are still trying to find out a way to fight with the virus But, […]

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