Apart from the 100 days to the presidential election in the united states, the democratic party candidate Joe Biden announced his economic development plan today after his tweet.
Watch: Joe Biden signing Racial Equity
His proposition points towards two major crises of the united states. The black Americans and the COVID 19 crisis. He also pivots and promises a resilient, strong, and inclusive economy throughout his campaign and later he added this to his blog. The economic crisis brought by the covid 19 pandemics had made a backlash in the middle-class black and brown communities of the united states. Black unemployment has shot up to 15.4 percentage whereas Latino unemployment goes to 14.5% according to a recent survey.
According to his blog, he made the following statements
- Spur Public-Private Investment through a New Small Business Opportunity Plan
- Reform Opportunity Zones to Fulfill Their Promise
- Make a Historic Commitment to Equalizing Federal Procurement
- Ensure His Housing Plan Makes Bold Investments in Homeownership and Access to Affordable Housing for Black, Brown, and Native Families
- Achieve Equity in Management, Training, and Higher Education Opportunities Connected to the Jobs of the Future
- Boost Retirement Security and Financial Wealth for Black, Brown, and Native Families
- Ensure Workers of Color Are Compensated Fairly and Treated With Dignity
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- Ensure Equity in Biden’s Bold Infrastructure and Clean Energy Investments
- Support Second Chances for Economic Success
- Strengthen the Federal Reserve’s Focus on Racial Economic Gaps
- Promote Diversity and Accountability in Leadership Across Key Positions in All Federal Agencies
- Build a 21st Century Care Infrastructure
- Address Longstanding Inequities in Agriculture
He also addressed the ongoing issues on the racial discrimination and commented
“As President, Biden will advance a pathway for redemption and re-entry — and make real the possibility of second chances for all Americans — by helping states modernize their criminal justice data infrastructure and adopt automated record sealing for selected categories of non-violent offenses, to modernize their criminal justice data infrastructure”.