George Floyd case: policeman Derek Chauvin convicted, a victory for Black America

Last Tuesday was a good day, Ice Cube would say. Policeman Derek Chauvin, responsible for George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis in May 2020, was convicted and sentenced to prison this week after months of protest and trouble that have been shaking America and the whole world since the case was known. Guilty of murder, the former policeman, forty-five years old, will know the duration of … Continue reading George Floyd case: policeman Derek Chauvin convicted, a victory for Black America

Letter from an African-American woman living in the United States in 2020…

Recent protests leave us internationally reflective on the cultural shift toward a no-nonsense approach to intolerance. The world is no longer an ignorant enough place to accept bias and discrimination with regards to race and culture or any other forms of xenophobic rationalizations. Conscious and progressive, the average person is more than aware of their forward-thinking place in society and their role in moving into … Continue reading Letter from an African-American woman living in the United States in 2020…