WEALTH INEQUITY IS DESTROYING OUR SOCIETY!

Eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity, according to a new report published by Oxfam today to mark the annual meeting of political and business leaders in Davos.

Oxfam’s report, ‘An economy for the 99 percent’, shows that the gap between rich and poor is far greater than had been feared. It details how big business and the super-rich are fuelling the inequality crisis by dodging taxes, driving down wages and using their power to influence politics. It calls for a fundamental change in the way we manage our economies so that they work for all people, and not just a fortunate few. 

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Capitalism – Disaster Economy

CEO Pay

Child Care

Corporate Reform

Corporations – We the People Amendment

COVID-19 And Civil Society

Disability

Domestic Violence

Drug War

Economic Justice

Economy

Election Protection

Farm Labor

Federal Budget

Foreign Policy

Gig Economy

Globalization

Government – Revolving Door

Green New Deal

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Gun Violence

Health Care – Affordable

Homelessness

Housing

ICE Detention

Immigration

Income

Inequality

Jobs

Justice – Economic & Social

Labor

Medicaid

Medicare

Mental Health

Militarism

Military Divestment

Minimum Wage

Minorities

Native Americans

Poverty

Racial Segregation

Recession (Great) 2017-8

Recession/stimulus 2020

Retirement

Social Justice

Social Programs

Social Security

Student Debt

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Unemployment

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Wall Street Reform

Wealth

Wealth Inequality

Women

Workers

Worker’s Rights

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Green Party Platform

Alternative Media

Alternatives to Incarceration

American Exceptionalism

Anti-Trust Enforcement

Banking Reform

Bankruptcy

Civil Rights and Equal Rights

Corporate Accountability and Democracy

Corruption Reform

Criminal Justice Reform

Disabled Rights

Economic Justice – Social Safety Net

Education – Equal Access of High-Quality

Environmental Justice

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy-Trade

Green New Deal

Human Rights vs. Corporations

Immigration

Indigenous Peoples

Jobs

Justice and Safety for All

Labor

Labor – Unions

Livable Income

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Measuring Economic Health

Military Defense Budget

Minimum Wage

Monetary Reform

National Debt

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Police Accountability

Poverty

Prison Conditions, Prisoner Treatment and Parolees

Racial Injustice

Reparations for United States Afrodescendants

Republicrats Duopoly

Senior Citizens

Small Business and the Self-Employed

Student Debt

Taxes

Veterans and GI Rights

War on Drugs

Welfare – A Commitment to Ending Poverty

Women’s Economic Equality

Work and Job Creation

Workers

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About mekorganic

I have been a Peace and Social Justice Advocate most all of my adult life. In 2022, I am again running for U.S. Congress in CA under the Green Party. This Blog and website are meant to be a progressive educational site, an alternative to corporate media and the two dominate political parties. Your comments and participation are most appreciated. (Click photo) .............................................. Paid for by Michael Kerr for Congress with Peace and Justice C00803577
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