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      In broad and incontrovertible ways the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reveals the impact on global economics and economies, and, the humanitarian costs and economic disparities within ill-prepared communities. In more ways than one, data shows that those likely affected are communities with the lowest per-capita income – whether you are in Lagos, Nigeria, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe or in California, United States.
      Notably, in Africa the percentage of individuals vaccinated is just one percent of its entire population, compared to countries in Europe, America’s, e.t.c, who have the resource to coordinate and store vaccines in large sums, indefinitely.
      The lack of preparedness is evident in different forms, including global climate change, public health emergency, technological innovation deficit, underdevelopment, as well as important hallmarks of human endeavour that bring’s about stability, development and security.
      In early April 2020, African American’s organised a virtual town hall #stateofemergency to discuss the intersections between economics and health, and strategic positioning – an expedient assessment on 'The State of Black America’. It has become a battle cry of sorts for a singular vision, that advocates a policy of “a smart, prepared, equipped and mobile-community” driven by research. SUCULTURE supports this forum, and discourse! “Keeping the momentum.”

       

       

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