COVID-19 Roma Disproportionately Impacted and Often Exploited

March 31, 2021 Christina Ladd The Roma people, largely displaced and already a nationless travelling people often called Gypsies, experience daily hardships of having no national identity. While many have relocated and become nationals in host countries that they can call home and I.D. card systems give them a sense of belonging and stability inContinue reading “COVID-19 Roma Disproportionately Impacted and Often Exploited”

Crisis In Burma’s (Myanmar) Struggle for Freedom

By: Christina Ladd In 2015 Mayanmar  Aung San Suu Kyi led the NLD in an elected civilian government to break free of oppression and dictatorship into social, economic, and political growth under democracy. She received a Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, and had been a political prisoner from 1989 to 2010 for fighting dictatorial rule in BurmaContinue reading “Crisis In Burma’s (Myanmar) Struggle for Freedom”


By: Christina Ladd May 15, 2020 During the onset of the covid-19 pandemic, health and safety shutdowns led to unusually high unemployment rates, reducing liquid income, and impacting the market system broadly. One of the shocks to the economy hit the meat market, which relies on futures predictions as an assessment of stock of cattleContinue reading “BEEF PRICES EMPLOYMENT AND COVID SHUTDOWNS”