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COVID-19: The digital education divide and its impact on low-income families
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced schools to close across the world. As an educator, I know firsthand the disparities that exist in the classroom. When the pandemic began, I recognized how inequities in education would manifest themselves as distance education unfolded.
At Ohio prison called nation’s worst COVID hotspot by NY Times,...
April 27, 2020 – I am currently incarcerated at the Marion Correctional Institution located in Marion, Ohio, where here inside we have one of the worst situations with COVID-19, and Marion County is ranked second in the nation for infections per 100,000 people.
Does the COVID-19 virus mean California prisons will be ethnically cleansed?
Do prison authorities see prisoners as worth saving? Some prisoners say: “Prisoners will not be at the top of the list for any kind of medical treatment. They will be forced to die a lonely death inside their cell, by way of suffocation.” Others say: “We are a commodity to these people, an asset that brings money to them. When you live in a capitalist society, the key is to protect your assets.”
We condemn capitalism!
Asante Sana to the dedicated nurses, techs, housekeeper, doctors, food service and support staff at our hospitals and clinics for their extra-special care for me and all patients.