In 2022, like in 2020, Georgia is expected to play a major role in US politics. In 2020, Georgia played a major role in electing Joe Biden as the US President, and for Democrats control of the US Senate by electing 2 democratic candidates who won in the two runoff elections. AfroAmerica Network Black Woman of 2018, Stacey Yvonne Abrams, through Fair Fight Action, played a major role. Now, it is her turn to add to the history. Stacey Abrams, a voting rights activist, has announced her candidacy for the Governor of Georgia. Meanwhile, a new upcoming Black leader won a key election: Andre Dickens has been elected the new mayor of Atlanta Georgia.
Kagame’s son, Ivan C. Kagame, 31-years-old, has been linked to mansions worth almost $9 million, in Scarsdale, New York and Beverly Hills, CA. News and reports have been reporting on the wealth of one of the African dictators, Paul Kagame and the extravagant life and acquisitions of properties by him and his family members and close aides around the World, especially in the United States. In 2018, there were reports, that Paul Kagame’s son, Ivan C. Kagame, then 27 years-old, had bought a mansion in a New York’s upper-class neighborhood of Scarsdale for $2 millions dollars.
Now, according to a new report by the US magazine Dirt the Rwandan President’s son just moved into a lavish Beverly Hills home worth $6.9 million (see here Dirt: Rwandan President’s Son Moves Into Lavish Beverly Hills Home).
Today, June 19th, 2021, the US celebrated, for the first time, Juneteenth as a National Holiday. The celebration follows the event held on Thursday, June 17, 2020, when US President Joe Biden signed a bill into law, making June 19 a national holiday commemorating the emancipation of enslaved black Americans.
The signature event was attended by Opal Lee. Opal Lee, affectionately known as the grandmother of Juneteenth by Blacks and those concerned who have been following her fight, is 94 years-old.
On May 31 and June 1, 1921, a systematic massacre of Blacks lasted more than sixteeen hours in Tulsa, Oklahoma. On June 1, 2021, US President Joe Biden became the first president of the US history to officially honor the victims and to promise changes. He was commemorating the 100th Anniversary in Tulsa, Oklahoma. During his remarks, he said that he was filling the silence that has lasted a century, raised the major problem of white supremacy in teh US, and announced initiatives to address racial injustice, racial inequalities, and economic bias againt the Blacks and Brown people in the US.