The debate over whether college athletes should be paid has been one of the central discussions in US sports for over a decade. On July 1st, The Senate Bill 646: Intercollegiate Athlete Compensation and Rights went into effect. Now the question is was this a good move or a bad move?
Complicated and challenging issues take time to flesh out. Our advisory board is currently at work (and having tough, yet civil conversations) determining the best direction to take this topic that is relevant and worthy of your time. We’ll be updating the site soon with more information on the topic and panelists so stay tuned!
It’s been a delicate and difficult line to walk in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, with two very different viewpoints. Do you close businesses and schools to keep people at home and healthy? Or does a healthy economy sustain human life?
America is overwhelmingly a “white country.” Needless to say, black Americans contribute significantly to all aspects of our society. Yet, they still face this “dividing line” from the white majority.
Professor Stephen Balkaran discusses milestones in Black history and the struggle for equality.
The impact on businesses opening versus lockdowns to preserve public health. Can our community flatten the COVID-19 curve while promoting economic growth?
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought absentee and by-mail voting to the forefront of national attention. As rates of absentee and mail voting increase, some government officials have raised concerns that more mail voting will lead to widespread voter fraud.
Mr. John Way from the Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office will discuss the impact of Covid on Broward County elections. He and Prof. Hebert will also lead an interactive conversation featuring state, local and federal issues and candidates important to Broward residents and Americans alike.
A discussion on how the proposed US legislation called the Green New Deal will impact local community planning and infrastructure in the future.