#LoveWins Tweets 6.26

#LoveWins Tweets 6.26

NYC gives green light to the building of apartments with ‘poor door’

 

‘No one ever said that the goal was full integration of these populations,’ David Von Spreckelsen…’

 

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Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

 

The persistence of segregation.

 

How U.S. is lagging on quality of life

Fareed speaks with Michael Porter, a professor at the Harvard Business School, about a groundbreaking new Social Progress Index – and how the United States is lagging on many indicators. Watch the video for the full interview or on GPS this Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN.

 

Community Village‘s insight:

 

U.S. is number 70 in Health and Wellness

 

When a country has the money and then refuses to spend it on the basic health and wellness of it’s citizens, that is criminal and oppressive.

See on globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com

RACIAL EQUITY CANNOT BE MEASURED WITHOUT DISAGGREGATING DATA

 

“Breaking out the data this way provides an opportunity to explore the structural reasons for this gap, like employment and education opportunities or barriers and immigration history. ”

 

 

Community Village‘s insight:

 

Asian data is missing before 1987 or so. That’s due to the U.S. Asian population not being large enough before then to be ‘statistically significant’. The reason for the low Asian population is due to the Asian Exclusion Act of 1924 and the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.

 

Immigration policies are no longer based on race. They now prefer the highly educated, which explains the higher income.

 

If the U.S. would implement low cost public higher education it would level out this income gap over time.

 

The U.S. benefits from the educational infrastructure of other countries. The U.S. uses (im)migrant brains without making the investment in education for it’s own citizens.

See on racemattersinstitute.org

Watch 15 Magically Awkward Seconds Roll By While A Man Panics After Accidentally Insulting America

An anti-Obamacare guy tries to explain “third-world health care” and accidentally describes America.

 

Community Village‘s insight:

 

If you don’t have your health, aren’t you unequal?

 

Not providing universal health care is – unequal.

 

See on www.upworthy.com

Waitress denied tip for ‘gay lifestyle’ – CNN.com Video

Waitress Dayna Morales says she was stiffed on a $93 bill because the family she served didn’t approve of her lifestyle.

 

Community Village‘s insight:

 

I see. The customer was happy to be served by this woman who they didn’t approve of, but then didn’t want to pay for the service.

See on www.cnn.com

Joshua Solomon

Joshua Solomon (c. 1974- ) was a White American university student who made himself look black in 1994 to see what it would be like. He was going to do it for about four months and visit different parts of the country. He only lasted a week.

 

Community Village‘s insight:

 I’m sure it didn’t help him that he doesn’t seem to smile much.

And here he is on Oprah

See on abagond.wordpress.com