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Aric Jenkins

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Recent articles by Aric:

Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine raises new questions over health care equity

Multiple vaccines with varying rates of effectiveness are on the horizon. How do we decide who gets which? → Read More

Political conspiracies like QAnon will never end

Why isn’t there a higher price paid by people who spread clearly baseless conspiracies? → Read More

Where are the Black CEOs?

Black CEOs are all around us, if we would let them grow. → Read More

Harsh writing advice: Constantly talking isn't necessarily communicating

Harsh writing advice for the digital world. → Read More

Democrats consider alternatives to impeaching Trump after GOP vote

Faced with a likely acquittal of Donald Trump, some Democrats are considering time-saving alternatives in order to focus on President Biden's early priorities. → Read More

Articles by Aric Jenkins

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What does big business need to do to earn your trust?

Tim Ryan, the chair of PwC U.S. weighs in with some advice. → Read More

Biden’s not done signing executive orders—here’s his agenda for the next 9 days

After signing 17 executive orders on inauguration day, President Joe Biden has plans for signing more through February 1. → Read More

Financial implications will be weighed as the D.C. statehood debate rages on

D.C., some feel, stands to gain a lot financially if the city was granted the full powers of statehood. → Read More

When it comes to the Capitol riots, we see things differently

Great Place To Work CEO Michael Bush shares his advice for how to discuss the Jan. 6 attack with employees. → Read More

Half of Americans support D.C. statehood in the wake of the Capitol riots

The city's inability to summon its own National Guard—a power currently in the hands of the President—has renewed calls for statehood. → Read More

The reckoning of the Capitol riots is up to us

If the United States is going to recover, it needs to correctly assess the threat it's facing. → Read More

Arguments for D.C. statehood grow stronger following Capitol attack and plans for inauguration violence

With Democrats controlling Congress and the presidency, statehood for D.C. feels “in sight” for many supporters. → Read More

Don't talk about the Capitol siege without mentioning white privilege

If you haven't spent time imagining what would have happened if the "protesters" had been primarily Black and brown, your Black and brown employees have. → Read More

Democrats stun Republicans in Georgia runoffs, seizing control of the Senate ahead of Biden's presidency

Democrats now possess full control of the federal government for the first time since Barack Obama’s first two years of the presidency. → Read More

What took the National Guard so long?

Capitol Police appeared to be outnumbered and unable to cope with the surge of pro-Trump demonstrators pushed towards the front steps of the Capitol building. → Read More

Happy New Year! Nothing is going to change

It's fun to make predictions for 2021, but the reality is we're still in the midst of a pandemic. → Read More

Articles by Aric Jenkins

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Sen. Josh Hawley can't stop Biden from being president. His last-gasp objection still matters

The GOP lawmaker's challenge to the Electoral College vote could have implication for the party in 2022 and beyond. → Read More

WarnerMedia Studios chief on the controversial decision to release new movies on HBO Max

WarnerMedia maintains the plan is just a temporary measure following a year in which the entertainment industry was upended by stay-at-home coronavirus measures. → Read More