NBA star named interested in the disappearance of African Americans.
(Face Of Nigeria Blog News)- Donald Trump may have lost election, but the systemic racism against the people of colour on the Republican corner may have intensified in the United States.
It is clear that the Joe Biden administration are giving in their 100% to promotes equality in the United States.
In March, a law passed in the state of Georgia that toughened requirements for voter registration sparked controversy in American society.
The law, in particular, was criticized by US President Joe Biden .
National Basketball Association (NBA) star Karim Abdul-Jabbar criticized the initiatives of the US Republican Party.
The former athlete’s column is available in The Guardian.
The American leader stressed that the measures taken in the state lead to a reduction in the number of polling stations in areas where African Americans live, which makes the law discriminatory.
He compared it to the Jim Crow laws of the 1960s that perpetuated racial segregation in the United States.
Abdul-Jabbar is a member of the NBA Hall of Fame.
The American is known for his performances for the Milouki Bucks and Los Angeles Lakers.
He became the NBA champion six times.
Abdul-Jabbar argues that nearly 250 laws that have been passed since the US presidential election in November are directed against the interests of African American voters.
The NBA star’s text captioned “Republicans want blacks to disappear.
But sports leagues can get in the way. ” Abdul-Jabbar in his article assigns a special role to the country’s leading sports leagues, which “embody American ideals.”