Posts Tagged: COVID19

Man wore KKK hood in store

Authorities are investigating after a man was spotted Saturday wearing a home-make Ku Klux Klan hood inside a Santee, California Vons supermarket. According to a San Diego County Sheriff’s Department press release, authorities weren’t called to the scene at the time but are aware and will “pursue any appropriate criminal charges.” What charges are appropriate?… Read more »

Janelle Monae’ Helps Battle Hunger in Atlanta Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As the epidemic of hunger has sky-rocketed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the outspoken and beautiful songstress Janelle Monáe is helping families in Atlanta who are battling food insecurity. Watch as Monae tells WSB-TV Atlanta, that she recently teamed up with nonprofit organizations a to distribute over 5,000 free meals to individuals in need. She told the station that… Read more »

COLLEGE SPORTS WON’T RETURN UNTIL STUDENTS RETURN TO CAMPUS

Do you agree that college campuses should reopen? Vice President Mike Pence jumped onto a conference call with the College Football Playoff Management Committee to discuss the Coronavirus impact. The committee asking to hopefully get a date as to if the universities will be able to reopen for college football. Though that had a clear… Read more »

SCHOOL BUSES EQUIPT WITH WIFI TO HELP STUDENTS

School busses equipped with Wi-Fi as the perfect mobile “classroom” for students in need of Wi-Fi to complete homework assignments. During the pandemic, all kids have been sent home and told to do their homework remotely, but not every kid has access to the Internet at home. The Austin Independent School District created this great… Read more »

Proposal To Give Americans $2,000 A Month Until Economy Recovers

Lawmakers are looking at a plan that would pay Americans $2,000 a month until the economy rebounds from the COVID-19 crisis. A proposal introduced by Democratic Representatives Tim Ryan of Ohio and Ro Khanna of California would give people over 16-years-old making less than $130,000 a year the monthly benefit. Married couples earning less than… Read more »