The Times' reckoning on race and our commitment to meaningful change
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September 27, 20205 min read, 1035 words

The Times' reckoning on race and our commitment to meaningful changeThe Times' reckoning on race and our commitment to meaningful change

Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong
Published: September 27, 2020  |  5 min read, 1035 words
This year, with the pandemic and the resulting economic crisis, the systemic racism in our country has been laid bare. One need only look at who was vulnerable to and suffering from COVID-19 to understand how racial inequality disadvantages those who are discriminated against. A...
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Pure Opinion
October 13, 2020
Pure Opinion
Well, it is opinion, and creditably, listed as such. This is not news. It comes across as smug, sanctimonious spleen-venting. I do not concern myself with the views expressed by the Author (and indeed - the proprietor of the publishing outlet). That is not for me to judge or opine upon. On the merits, what is presented is an oh-too-common instance of self-referential navel-gazing. There is not much else to say as a critique. It is of course the prerogative of those signing the checks, so to speak, to say and do as they generally please. Perhaps it is best to finish with a quote and leave things as they are. "Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality, the costs become prohibitive." - William F. Buckley
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Racial Bias
October 12, 2020
Racial Bias
A newspaper affirming a commitment to Critical Race Theory is the last thing I ever want a news outlet to tell me. That rather than act with no bias, you are simply changing who you are biased against. That does not accomplish the task, and it is unacceptable.
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Racial Bias
October 13, 2020
Racial Bias
You came to the US to escape racial bias and you did. As far as contracting the virus if you have diabetes and you are overweight you are apt to have more problems then someone who does not have those conditions. If you lack vitamin D, zinc and are not taking care of yourself you are more prone to the virus. Skip the racial bias concern and just hire intelligent hard working people!!!
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