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Poor People’s Campaign

2022-06-30 A Movement Declaration to Reconstruct American Democracy Call to Action: A Movement Declaration to Reconstruct American DemocracyAt the June 18 Moral Assembly, the Poor People’s Campaign announced its new campaign: 7 Steps Before the Midterms. The steps are enumerated … Continue reading

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CORPORATE INFLUENCE AND PARTISAN POLITICS HAVE PREVENTED CONGRESS FROM PASSING PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION

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BILLIONAIRES WOULD LIKE TO MAKE OUR EXISTENCE MEANINGLESS!

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INSTITUTIONAL SYSTEMIC RACISM INFECTS OUR TOTAL SOCIETY

Organization and Informational Resources Affirmative Action Black Community Organizations Capitalism – Disaster Economy Children COVID-19 And Civil Society Drug War Economic Justice Economy Education Election Protection Foreign Policy Ferguson Gun Violence Hate Extremism Healthcare Justice Homelessness Housing Human Rights Human Rights – Prisoners … Continue reading

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OUR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IS AN INHUMANE DISASTER!

Organization and Informartion Resources Affordable Care Act Children Healthcare COVID – 19 Disability Drug War Drugs Health Health Care – Affordable Health Care – Antibiotics Healthcare Justice Medicaid Medical-Industrial Complex Medicare Medicare for All Mental Health Pharma Poverty Reproductive Rights Seniors Vaccine … Continue reading

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Welfare

Fair . Poverty/Welfare – F . Specific Issues Index from Creating Better World

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Poverty

Sources & Organizations Economic Policy Institute (EPI) Fair Specific Information Inequality and Poverty – EPI Poverty/Welfare – F . Specific Issues Index from Creating Better World

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Poverty

Bernie Sanders on Poverty . Issues Index (www.kerr2020.com) from Creating Better World

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End Policing of Minor “Broken Windows” Offenses

The following activities do not threaten public safety and are often used to police black bodies. Decriminalize these activities or de-prioritize their enforcement: Consumption of Alcohol on Streets Marijuana Possession Disorderly Conduct Trespassing Loitering Disturbing the Peace (including Loud Music) … Continue reading

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Transform Our Energy System to 100 Percent Renewable Energy and Create 20 Million Jobs

There is no reason the United States, the wealthiest country in the history of the world, cannot transform our energy system away from fossil fuels to 100 percent renewable energy, like wind, solar, and geothermal. We have more than enough … Continue reading

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