It turns out we have Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Parole Board to thank for that grotesque attack on a 65-year-old woman as she walked to church in Midtown Manhattan. The Monday morning assault in front of 360 West 43rd St. definitely counts as a hate crime, as police sources say the attacker yelled “F–k you, you
Shame is a way of honouring the people we have wronged. But remaining ashamed too long benefits neither yourself nor those you’ve hurt, says Eleanor Gordon-Smith
What makes one incident a hate crime another not can be perplexing.
In the United States, there is one set of rules for rich people (especially if they are also white) and another set for everyone else. That unjust and anti-democratic system is reflected across American society. The country's wealth and income inequality is so extreme (especially the race-wealth gap) that it more closely resembles that of a Third World autocracy than one of the world's richest countries and a "leading democracy."
Organizations still rely on tools that were implemented for the pandemic, but for cybersecurity purposes this needs to change.