Are lockdowns Racist? Patrick Basham’s Essay Answers this Question
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Are lockdowns Racist? Patrick Basham's Essay Answers this Question

America’s respective political, health, educational, media, sports, and corporate establishments tell us black lives matter.

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America’s respective political, health, educational, media, sports, and corporate
establishments tell us black lives matter. Puzzlingly, for the past year they
prescribed, enacted, enforced, and cheered on economic and
educational lockdowns that devastated black America. Worse still, the
lockdowns will wreak havoc upon black lives, especially, for decades to come.
The lockdowns were illogical and nonsensical when they were enacted a year ago.
Their continuation in many states, and their rinse-and-repeat use in many other
states, demonstrates the triumph, at best, of hope over experience.
Yet, the socioeconomic tsunami the lockdowns visited upon black Americans

begs a far more sinister question. Are lockdowns an instrument of modern-
day racism?

While the lockdowns cost the nation trillions of dollars, black America bore the
human and financial brunt, as the costs inflicted upon black communities were
especially grievous.

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