December 6, 2022

News reports are steadily chronicling the displeasure of Russians with Putin’s war. For the first time in history, Russian citizens are not content to blindly follow and fulfill the selfish ego of their leader. We see Russia is not alone. Iran and China are also experiencing social unrest on a scale their governments are appalled to see. Never mind that democratic countries have exercised their free speech and will all along. With cable channel pundits and fans who are counting down the days till the apocalypse, maybe the great ‘awakening’ has less to do with the end of the world but more to the fact that ordinary people are waking up to how they’re being oppressed — and they don’t want to take it anymore; Every morning, we wake up to headlines of yet another company laying off workers. Unfortunately, unemployment insurance may not be there when we need it; and We know racial bias has a lot to do with media coverage of missing people. Now, there’s a tool to show just how racially bias this coverage can be. Go beyond the headlines…

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