The Supreme Court ruled that Donald Trump’s administration was arbitrary and capricious as it sought to end an Obama-era program to protect some 700,000 “dreamers,” or young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children.
Chief Justice John Roberts was the swing vote in the 5-4 decision writing that, the decision was not whether the Obama-era program were “sound policies”, but whether the Department of Homeland Security followed proper procedure in rescinding the program. (Source: Deadline)
#DACA is #HereToStay! #SCOTUS just ruled in favor of the 700,000 DACA recipients, who are an essential part of the fabric of this country.
This article from CNN.com has me so so emotional. We’ve got to solve this!
Millions of Americans shrugged off their fear of the coronavirus this holiday weekend when they flocked to crowded beaches, lakes and restaurants. But there is another type of contagion that still keeps some of White America paralyzed: Fear of black men in public spaces.
Why this fear of black men persists
CNN writer, John Blake explains, “This fear of black men doesn’t just spring from racism. It’s psychological. There is a body of work in literature and psychology that speaks to a historical tradition where some white people — white men, in particular — project the primal aggressions that they refuse to see in themselves onto black people.” (Source CNN.com)
Finances can be a significant source of stress during the holiday season. Between the feeling that you must purchase gifts for loved ones and the increased spending that comes with parties and eating out, the holidays can leave you feeling as if money is flying out of your checking account.
It may be a bit late, but Dr. Nicole Washington writes in “BlackDoctor.org,” that the first thing you should do is “Plan Early.” Dr. Washington also says, make a “Budget” and stick to it. See the rest here: BlackDoctor.org
It is with a heavy heart that the Stampley family would like to announce the passing of their 15 year old daughter, Mary Stampley, from complications with a seizure. Please keep their family in your prayers and respect their privacy as they deal with this traumatic event.