African (black) and other colonized parents are good parents doing the best we can for our children while living under capitalist-colonialism.
FLORIDA—The Southern U.S. is infamous for the auction blocks and plantations where African (black) people were openly sold and enslaved. Over 55 percent of Africans in the U.S. live in the country’s southern region. It is also this region that has some of the worst rated schools and hospitals, depriving our people of education and healthcare.
If the coronavirus pandemic underscores anything, it is the absolute necessity for African people to unite in our historic mission to once again become a self determining, self-governing people.
Over 3.5 million known cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, have been reported in the United States, making up over a quarter of the more than 14 million known infections worldwide.
Since COVID-19, also known as colonialvirus, appeared in February 2020 in Nigeria, the lack of national preventive health policies and funding for adequate health care for the whole population has been exposed to the world.
Colonized people are 100 times more likely to die in California, the world’s fifth largest economy, than in Oceania where the mean Gross Domestic Product ranks 183rd globally. Out of California’s population of 39.5 million, slightly below the Oceania population of 42.67 million, 3,700 have died from COVID-19. The COVID-19 death toll in the Pacific Islands is 121 lives.
BISSAU (Xinhua)—As of May 7, 2020, Guinea-Bissau reported 89 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the country's total number of confirmed cases to 564, Tumane Balde, spokesperson of the Interministerial Commission of COVID-19 Prevention and Control, announced.
“The latest overall COVID-19 mortality rate for Black Americans is 2.4 times as high as the rate for Whites and 2.2 times as high as the rate for Asians and Latinos,” a new study released on May 20 by the APM Research Lab revealed.
This COVID-19 crisis has done more than any other previous crisis to expose the uselessness of African neocolonial governments.