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Coronavirus deaths and those of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery have something in common: Racism June 9, 2020 8.19am EDT In Minneapolis, the memorial near the spot where George Floyd died while in. The crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic and the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery has forced us to confront issues of injustices and health disparities. The COVID-19 pandemic and the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery are two major catastrophes that shine a light on longstanding social inequities and injustices toward African Americans. The COVID-19 pandemic and the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery are two major catastrophes that shine a light on longstanding social inequities and injustices toward African Americans. Emerging research in the field of social genomics demonstrates how social stress, such as racism and discrimination, can shift the body’s biological resources toward a state that increases risk for disease.

Coronavirus deaths and those of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery have something in common: Racism. Stress from racial discrimination could partially explain why African Americans are at higher risk for severe COVID-19 outcomes. [5 ¾ min read] By April Thames June 9, 2020. New research demonstrates how social stress, such as racism and discrimination, can shift the body’s biological resources toward. (The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) April Thames, University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters. The May 25 death of George Floyd by a white police officer in Minneapolis and the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia on Feb.

23, 2020 by a white father and son have. Headline after headline, the same story: a black American dead. George Floyd, after a police officer knelt on his neck.

Ahmaud Arbery, while on a jog in Georgia. Breonna Taylor, while police. Almost half of COVID-19 deaths have occurred among but these chronic diseases are more common among Coronavirus deaths and those of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery have something in common.

2 days ago · In the wake of her death, and the shootings of black men such as Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Jacob Blake, more athletes have begun to speak up against systematic racism. George.

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  • This man is speaking facts and I completely understand what he means I’m a kid doing school and my teacher making me watch this for a project I’m actually super happy to do this project

  • I wonder if this woke import will mention that his “peepul” in the US commit the majority of murders, almost all the inter-racial ones and all the inter-racial rapes? My bet he is too stupid and woke to know that.

  • Wow. You ran shirtless down a street wearing a backwards cap while holding a 6″ TV? Why!? You know how many black Americans would love to exercise that freedom? Just another white supremacist, making obvious his white privilege and lack of awareness…

  • May I share this song for you all friends. I though it will make you feel better with this situation.
    And I hope anyone can support her and this beautiful song.

    Because I think this song deserve to let people hear it..

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  • This is a disgusting video of a person who seems to think he can read the minds of others. Of course, I say this with hind-sight, but nonetheless, when I first saw the floyd video, I posted a question, “How do we know this is racist?” No one could answer. The general response was well floyd is black the cop is white it must be racist. When I responded with, that doesn’t explain Tony Timpa, no one could address that. We don’t have racism in America, we have racism in our minds. Our mental perception of racism is reinforced when we see racists…like Amy Cooper. What this jerk does, though is take a racist’s actions, Amy, and states that Amy is representative of all white people…GARBAGE. I can see how he believes it, but he will never see how wrong he is. He will always ignore non-racist behavior which occurs billions of times every day in our country. He will be drawn to one racist’s actions and use it as proof that all the billions of interactions throughout our nation every day don’t exist Disgusting.

  • This man really said how does it help to not loot target?! God I miss Jon Stewart. Btw part of the social contract is to not commit crimes and not resist arrest. NOT an excuse to get shot, its despicable, but the social contract goes both ways. Justifying destroying some innocent persons business because the looting is on your side politically is MORALLY CORRUPT. What the fuck happened to actual liberals?!

  • Off topic but I do not believe this guy is 34. He looks years pass his 30s well into 50s. Maybe it’s his face expression I don’t know

  • His citizenship should be canceled and taken away. He should be deported back to AFRICA for spreading hatred in america and fear among citizens on his race card

  • How does Trevor Noah live with himself? Do people actually buy this crap? This is seriously detrimental to our society if anyone is gullible enogh��

  • For all the people who hate people cause of color or religion may god bless your heart cause judgement days coming and you would have to answer to the man upstairs why you hate color people. God bless all my brothers and sisters.

  • Wrong. I didn’t get mad because I thought they broke some unspoken contract. I got mad because my mom and dad came here with nothing, didn’t even speak the language. Put themselves through school with two kids. Worked hard, sacrificed and saved for years so they could start their own business. So I feel for those mom and pop shops that got vandalized and looted.

  • Keep showing the same 8seconds of fake footage

    Meanwhile the other person is in the car waiting for him to film or his car is parked across the street

  • Honestly you didn’t have to do this to prove racism killed him. Just look at the picture of the guy who shot him: that’s all I needed to know he was racist.

  • Yuck! Notice it’s you not HER singing about it. Look someone with your hate and ignorance have nothing to offer. You would be a complete waste of time.

  • Our government system is corrupt… This is not justice, this is survival of the supreme skin colour… We deserved to get wiped out…. Mother Earth will heal.

  • Thank you Trevor for your words of wisdom. From my perspective racism is anti christian. It goes against everything Jesus preached. Taking the life of a person is anti christian. We often criticize the looting, While I don’t condone looting., I don’t condone what has happened. I feel there is a lot hypocrisy at the top. We must hold accountable those responsible. The social contract is for all no exeptions.

  • Are these people human sacrifices to fix a broken system? Maybe we should ask Helen Prejean. Or are these events to stoke another Civil War? What has become of the Concentration Camps of 555 in America that Cain briefly referred to when he ran for president? Not his 999 plan, he only mentioned 555 once. I looked it up on the net at that time and was surprised that they existed and were empty at that time. But what has become of them, I can not find them on the net now. Are they still there waiting for a war on our soil with caskets and all awaiting a big event? I still think the police need insurance from a private insurance company to ensure justice, restore integrity, and avoid the confusion, conflict and outrage when the public trust is betrayed by the disservice of a few officers (maybe less than one percent) of the brotherhood, so the principles of society are enforced fairly and then justice for all can be a reality rather than an imaginary concept in the real world. The broken system can begin to repair itself and part of the American dream of peace and tranquility can become “on earth as it is in heaven” so help us God.

  • For the past 3 months I have rewatched this clip again and again for comfort. Trevor can always articulates what I can’t. His explanation of the the stakes we have in the social contract and how different they are based on race… idk it makes me feel less alone in all this. I have nothing but gratitude for him