iMPACT News (12-13): Firearm-violence for Black men, 28-year high; Renewable energy outproduces coal
iMPACT News is a weekly half hour video podcast examining topics trending in the headlines and social media; through a sharp, reality-based lens in an entertaining and informative way.
Check out the following news headline topics in this episode of iMPACT News, with show host, Carol Angela Davis:
There is a double standard in the media particularly when it involves sports.
Firearm-related violence for Black men is at a 28-year high.
Hakeem Jeffries is now the first African American to Lead a Major Political Party in Congress.
The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) elects Congressman and Nevada Democrat Steven Horsford as its chairman. Also Jamaican American Yvette D. Clarke elected first vice chair.
Black farmers documentary about a Black Muslim Farmer.
Tribal communities in Alaska and Washington get $75 million to relocate to higher ground due to climate change.
Renewable energy outproduces coal by 15.5% in the US during first 3 quarters of 2022.
A new wheat scientists say withstands extreme heat and drought.
House Judiciary Committee to hold hearing regarding Justice Samuel Alito.
Alzheimer’s drug breakthrough.
Bianca Smith is the First Black Woman Coach Of MLB.
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley named one of the 25 most influential women of 2022 by Financial Times.