During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some of the world’s biggest Black musicians are utilizing their talents to create anthems that call for unity and offer musical lyrics that the global community can resonate with.
The CDC so far has released racial and ethnicity data pertaining only to March hospitalizations in 14 states, which showed black Americans as roughly one-third of those patients.
Peebles, a 30-year-old black man who’s skeptical of what he hears from the news media and government, initially didn’t see the need for alarm over the virus.
What I considered minor safety concerns before are now heightened tremendously. An asymptomatic kid returning from their runaway adventure through the woods or streets of downtown Tulsa could release a stray cough that lands me in the hospital strapped to a ventilator.
The conservative-controlled state Supreme Court declined to delay the election, despite a statewide order from the Democratic governor telling people to stay home and avoid crowds to contain the spread of the highly infectious disease.
Diamond and Silk are speculating that media companies are inflating COVID-19 deaths intentionally to make President Trump look bad.