Due to the economic downturn and the COVID pandemic homelessness has become a symptom of the adversities society has faced over the last several years.
Last week, President Joe Biden signed an executive order directing federal agencies, including the departments of Justice, Interior and Homeland Security, to create a strategy within 240 days to address this "crisis of violence" against Native Americans.
Poverty and unemployment within our families and communities are now on a steady decrease after years of increasing economic disparities even before the devastating impact of COVID-19 on Black America. We express our condolences to those families who have suffered deaths from that deadly pandemic that continues to disproportionately hit our communities.
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- Holcomb still chasing dream of becoming NFL head coach
- South Carolina's 250th tells revolution story, warts and all
- Their own words may have doomed men who killed Ahmaud Arbery
- Controversial murals removed from courthouse head to college
- NYPD's top-ranking uniformed officer to retire next month
- Letter: Embattled police chief's last day will be in April
- New maps spark debate over majority-minority districts
- Women step up, fill the gaps in Burkina Faso's virus fight
- In his final days, Ahmaud Arbery's life was at a crossroads
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