2020 will be known as a historically significant year, forever.

We are all familiar with the devastation, setbacks, trauma and grief globally.

The decade is still young. I still see a paradigm shift.

Here are eleven stories this year that gave me hope. 🧵🧵🧵
Story Three.

UN Condemns Systemic Racism, Police Violence -
Unanimous Resolution Brings Scrutiny to Global Violations

It has always been a Human Rights struggle. An awakening happened in 2020. More work is to be done globally. Inquiries & Justice. https://www.hrw.org/news/2020/07/20/un-condemns-systemic-racism-police-violence-0#
Story Seven.

U.S. Schools Have Openly Taught the 1619 Project for Months

#1619project rightfully won a Pulitzer & created a powerful model for curriculum enrichment while using content for deep learning (Print, Podcast, etc). 1776 commission is a joke. https://www.newsweek.com/u-s-schools-have-openly-taught-1619-project-months-1530138
Story Nine.

Trillion Trees Act is One More Step Toward Bolder Climate Action

Climate Action is paramount. Bipartisan legislation, incentives/programs and green jobs should be an immediate focus. Rejoin Paris Climate Accord & commit to healing our planet https://www.triplepundit.com/story/2020/trillion-trees-act/709421
Fin. 2020 brought tough lessons.

The above eleven stories represent hope, strategies and opportunities worth exploring, amplifying and enacting.

2021 we apply knowledge.

Future of Work (Read)

#PanAfricanism200YearPlan (Listen) https://audiomack.com/jamesonbennett/song/pan-africanism-a-200-year-plan-sustainability-future-of-work-community-revi
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