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Black Plight, The Hidden Reality

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Kelly Mikel Williams

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With COVID-19 impacting the world around us, American's have become less interested in the preservation of life and more interested in the preservation of their 401k, the economy and the stock market, that less than 20% of Americans participate in and where 89% of Americans, aren't benefiting from it in the first place. Eleven percent of the American population control 83% of the nation's wealth. Eleven percent.  Now, we understand the fear, the plight, and the uncertainty in which we live today. But we also understand that the second round of COVID-19 may treat America like a second bout with Cancer, more deadly than the first.

The Hidden Reality is, as more reports of the victims of COVID-19 became more revealing, the attitudes towards "staying-in-place" and shutting down cities and states become less reasonable and more intrusive than the virus itself. With the realization that in many states across the nation, 50, 60 to 70% of the deaths are African-Americans. It seems that once that realization was made, that individuals, White individuals, began to speak out about opening up our cities and states because the economy and small businesses were more important than the lives that drive them. Clearly suggesting that since it's Black Lives, that America can move on. None more than TV Doctor Oz saying a 2%-3% child mortality is okay. Our deaths were expendable, weren't worth the value of securing our nation, only for securing their profits. Dr. Phil said COVID-19 isn't as bad as those dying in poverty or swimming pool accidents. Noting that 250 people per year die from poverty and the majority of those are Black. Tonight we'll discuss the Hidden Reality!  

 

 

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