Coronavirus and social injustice represent a perfect storm if their crossover is ignored, writes Tony Dreise, Driector of the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR) .
The year 2020 once held great promise. The policy poets among us have long toyed with the romantic notion of ayear steeped in a "2020 vision"; denoting clarity, foresight, and perfect vision. And now halfway through 2020, the year has been downright stormy. COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement have had major impacts both here at home and abroad.