The deaths of Black women and girls are often missing from the headlines, despite routinely being victims of violence. Bias stereotypes and racial disparities in the media coverage further victimize Black women and girls by tarnishing their names and repetitions, hindering justice.
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Civil Rghts champion Archbishop Tutu's support for truth and reconciliation initiatives helped the people of South Africa begin healing from apartheid.
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The travel industry, one of the most profitable, fastest-growing industries globally, is worth $8.9 trillion (World Travel and Tourism Council). In 2018, Black travelers spent $63 billion on global tourism, an enormous leap from $48 billion in 2010 (Mandala Research). Additionally, in 2001, the United States Travel Association (USTA) identified African Americans as the fastest-growing segment in the travel industry. With these numbers, it’s clear that Black travelers are ready, willing, and able to spend their money on experiences in their chosen destinations, yet we are treated like we don’t belong.
For many marginalized communities in America, being patriotic means ignoring a history of violence and oppression that continues to this day.
Vigilantes and law enforcement groups have long worked together to create and protect the racial order in the United States.
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Podcast host Joe Rogan has received backlash for helping spread COVID-19 conspiracies and his repeated use of the N-word. Yet, Spotify refuses to deplatform him.