After George Floyd's Murder: Social and Ecological Justice Converge
by Roy Morrison
The visceral reaction to the murder of George Floyd unleashed deep personal reflection about racism, social justice, and fairness, and launched a powerful, broad based social movement.
The pursuit of justice, fairness, and the shape of our common futures encompasses but also transcends the questions of racism and raises questions about the nature of our civilization. In this way, the Covid-19 pandemic is understood to fall disproportionally upon people of color, on the poor, on the millions imprisoned in the American gulag, upon undocumented migrants and their families, on residents of nursing homes and long term care facilities. A substantial portion of our population is placed at risk by their everyday lives.
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Biden has an opportunity to build a coalition with blue collar workers through clean energy jobs
This video is a response to Chris Cuomo’s interview “Tom Friedman: This is what I wish Biden said to Trump about oil” https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2…