In the case of the officer Derek Chauvin who killed George Floyd, he had 18 complaints of police brutality against him. Only two resulted in a letter of reprimand.
It simply makes no sense for us to be outraged by police murders in the U.S. but silent on the regular police murders at home.
The U.S. spends more money than any other country on an inefficient health care system, dominated by the private insurers, which cannot provide decent services for 28 million uninsured people.
While Cuba leads a global war against Covid-19, the US is undermining the effort by withholding its financial contribution to the World Health Organization.
[E]arly signals in the U.S., Europe and Latin America show that people of African descent are disproportionally affected more than others by the disease.
For countries like the U.S. to continue its imposition of economic sanctions against some of the weakest countries on the globe is to show their inhumanity and indifference to the suffering of innocent civilians.
Cuba’s response to the blockade and aggression will continue to be to support as much as possible those who need it.
[I]f the U.S. extends these cuts for other global health initiatives coordinated by the WHO, it will likely cause people in low income countries to lose access to vital medicines and health services.
It requires a collective effort to stop the US from acting against international law and breaching fundamental human rights ...
In the U.S., the current crisis has already set a grim record, as close to 10 million Americans have filed for unemployment.