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Welcome to the first EU Report of 2020!

03 Jan 2020 10:57 PM | Anonymous

 

Welcome to the EU Report for the period from March 21-28. During the period when the nation is dealing with a major medical emergency, it' never been more important for people to have access to accurate information regarding the Coronavirus, COVID-!9, and its exact impact in our communities. At the same time we won't ignore either those stories of progress or about injustice. All these things are important, and we pledge to provide you with news and information on events, people and milestones that the mainstream media often overlooks or downplays. As always, if you're not part of our nationwide network of businesses, organizations and individuals, now is the ideal time to join. For membership details and other information visit www.everythingunderground.com.

Here are this period's top five stories:

1. The Coronavirus's impact is hurting low wage workers and Blacks the hardest.

2. A Chicago businessman pledges $1 million to help the unemployed during Coronavirus crisis.

3. A 13-year-old boy uses his parents 3-D printer to make masks and donates them.

4. A public health official says Blacks are group most being damaged by virus.

5. First Black owned noodles brand debuts.



This covers the period from Dec. 27- Jan. 2. We hope everyone in our network had a great holiday and we look forward to a productive relationship with you throughout 2020. Please keep in touch with us via our Facebook page and blog, and regularly visit our website to stay informed about upcoming activities. Anyone who hasn't yet joined this would be the perfect way to start the New Year. For membership details and continuing updates on EU and our events, visit www.everythingunderground. com. Next week the EU Report will return to its usual Wednesday publishing date.

Here are this period's top five stories:

1. Black boys need more more mentors, not stricter or harsher disciplinary measures.
2. Colin Kaepernick was decade's most influential athlete.
3. A Houston resident buys his block to prevent it from changing in negative ways.
4. A Black woman invents the first computer science education doll.
5. Black theater owners add bar and restaurant to their operation, create luxury setting.


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