The American Psychological Association is calling for “true systemic change in U.S. culture” because of “institutional racism,” says a September 1 statement from the group.
The White House on Tuesday denounced a proposal from a group appointed by Washington, DC, Mayor Murial Bowser to change or remove historical monuments in the city.
Joe Biden, who served almost 50 years as a politician in Washington, promised Thursday he would solve the coronavirus, poverty, climate change, and racism if he is elected president.
A plurality of Americans considers the Chinese coronavirus the most important problem facing the country, while climate change — an issue central to the Democrat Party’s agenda — remains among the lowest in importance, garnering just one percent.
“I actually agree with this,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Too much income disparity. Changes must be made, and soon!”
It seems as though the Washington Redskins won’t be the only North American professional football team changing their name in the near future.
Joe Biden has recruited controversial environmental activist Carol Browner and billionaire Tom Steyer as campaign advisers on climate change.
July 2 (UPI) — FedEx, which holds the naming rights to the Washington Redskins’ stadium, has asked the NFL franchise to change its team name.
Monday on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” actor and civil rights activist Samuel Jackson called the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests the “labor pains” of systemic change.
Joe Biden says the coronavirus outbreak is “a chance” to alter the U.S. economy and “institutionally change” the way it functions.
On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “The Story,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) argued that if the World Health Organization doesn’t reform, then the United States should “create a new organization that will be a world health organization, not
Actress and environmental activist Jane Fonda used May Day to renew calls to end fossil fuels and protect worker rights while she urged against corporate bailouts during the coronavirus pandemic, especially for oil and drilling companies.
Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor and failed presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said in an interview on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s mishandling of the coronavirus outbreak has resulted in “seeing the life-and-death consequences of not listening to science.”
The media is celebrating that the coronavirus –– which has killed over 3,000 in China –– could be combating climate change as nations’ economies around the world are ground to a halt.
Billionaire oligarch Mike Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City who is now running for president, funded a network of attorneys who helped pursue prosecutions related to “climate change.”