It’s been two weeks since I wrote an article, and, quite surprisingly, I enjoyed the quick break.
The question I had before attending Western Michigan University & Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s “Communities in Collaboration” diversity & inclusion panel was, “why aren’t there more Black faculty or student leaders involved in this conversation?”
In October 2017, I took a two-week hiatus from school for a psychiatric outpatient program; a mental health program meant to stabilize and provide support to patients in crisis.
As COVID-19 infections spread across the United States in early March, the false notion of black immunity to the novel coronavirus spread with it.
Tom Cruise and Rita Wilson have COVID-19. As does Idris Elba, Andy Cohen, multiple NBA players, and, potentially, you. But you wouldn’t know it. Neither would your family, nor millions of other Americans.