The United States Postal Service (USPS) has become embroiled in a partisan political struggle over mail-in ballots for the 2020 presidential election. However, the recent struggles of the USPS may not only potentially put mail-in voting in jeopardy, but have already begun hurting many that depend on it, particularly small businesses and those who depend on timely medication deliveries.
The sharp increase in enmity toward White people from POC is not unwarranted, but with George Floyd’s murder by police and subsequent protests sparking unprecedented momentum for POC and social justice movements, now is not the time to lose potential allies.
In a policy move that leaves many international companies scrambling, the European Court of Justice ruled that a data-sharing agreement between European Union member states and the United States fails to properly protect E.U. citizens’ personal data.