Category Archives: Politics

Krasner V. Vega the heavy weights fighting to be Philly’s DA

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To sue or not to sue. As the upcoming Philadelphia District Attorney Democrat primary election between Incumbent Larry Krasner seeking a second term and former Assistant District Attorney Carlos Vega nears. We here at InClub want to help voters get a sense of both candidates. The good, the bad, and the Ben and Jerry’s. Carlos […]

Stacey Abrams Among Nominees For 2021 Nobel Peace Prize

Stacey Abrams is among the nominees for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize according to Reuters. She’s being recognized for her long standing activism work particular with voters rights. Her dedication to getting thousands of people registered to vote in Georgia was especially impactful during the state’s senate runoffs race last month where Raphael Warnock (D) […]

Top 10 Things Black People Want To See Happen In 2021

We’re well into this year and we’ve witnessed so much already. From insurrection to inauguration it’s crazy to think we have more than half of the year left until 2022. However, despite this we as Black people have to continue wanting to seek and create change.  So here are 10 areas of societal improvement that […]

6 Key Elements of Biden’s American Rescue Plan

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Last night, president-elect Joe Biden revealed his Rescue and Recovery plan to the public. Biden calls for ‘unity’ and togetherness, urging politicians and Americans to come together and “take action” to beat the Coronvarious Pandemic. As the wealth gap increases, millions of Americans are either unemployed or have been tragically affected by the pandemic. “The […]

What To Expect On Inauguration Day 2021

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We’re exactly one week away from Inauguration Day and there are many uncertainties surrounding the ceremonious occasion. From Covid-19 to security detail, here are some measures that’ll be put in place to ensure a peaceful transfer of power on January 20th. Covid-19 Protocols The National Mall in D.C. would normally be filled with thousands of […]

The underwhelming stimulus payout is crumbs for the unemployed in America

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What is going on in America? Besides the Trump-coup fiasco and Covid-19? Job loss a.k.a. unemployment.  According to the ADP private payroll report, U.S. employers cut 123,000 non-government jobs in December. What makes things worse, researchers project “dark days” are ahead in 2021. This means more Americans without jobs while bills skyrocket. In return, due […]

What does this Huge Georgia Win Mean to Us?

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  This has been a season for breaking through glass ceilings and making history. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff have won Democratic senate seats from two Republican incumbents. Was it the well-oiled campaign machine that tore through GA causing Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler to lose the runoff? Was it that the People are […]

Trump Supporters Taunt Their White Privilege By Storming The U.S. Capitol Building

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A mob of Trump supporters broke into the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. this afternoon. Both chambers of Congress were set to confirm President-elect Joe Biden’s win before they had to recess and suspend the voting process for a few hours. They were able to confirm Biden’s victory early Thursday morning with 306 electoral votes. Chaos […]

Please Address Her As Dr. Jill Biden

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The Wall Street Journal is currently under fire for publishing an op-ed over the weekend titled, “Is There a Doctor in the White House? Not if You Need an M.D.” The article, written by journalist Joseph Epstein, questions the legitimacy of soon-to-be First Lady Jill Biden’s doctorate degree that she earned from the University of […]

The Black Effect: All the Black Women Who Won Elections This Past Tuesday

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The stress and uncertainty of the 2020 presidential election will forever be etched in the minds of many Americans. However despite that some very historical strides were made by Black women who not only showed up to the polls but now occupy office in the White House and Congress. These victories come decades after Shirley Chisholm […]