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🌊#CitizenTurnedActivist #DonateBlood🌊 6h
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Secular White Jesus Jan 22
We don't exist for the system. The system exists to benefit us. If the system is not benefiting EVERYONE the system is flawed or even totally broken. The simple solution of changing the system so that everyone can benefit is not radical... it's morally right.
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Auntiemaima Jan 18
I joined to Demand Ford Fix Detroit Public School Water here: There's "no money" to fix the water so Detroit kids are being poisoned, but Ford gets millions in tax breaks? Money for education, not big corporations.
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🌊#CitizenTurnedActivist #DonateBlood🌊 Jan 18
I WAS JAWDROPPED when I saw you had taken out half our cashier registers in Oak Grove, MO! I refuse to do self-checkout! I have a family of 5! Give us & your exasperated cashiers a break!!! Please reinstate lost hours too!
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MidWestWomen4Justice Jan 22
"Until Citizens United is overturned, the corporate oligarchy will maintain the power to block the policies favored by the majority of Americans." Women for Justice Midwest
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NEWomenforJustice Jan 15
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Daniel La Spata 44m
Replying to @DanielLaSpata
Our city deserves a more transparent, inclusive process for these multi-billion dollar projects. That's what I'll fight for as alderman. Read more about why this project needs to be slowed down:
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Harrison Karlewicz 🌹🌱 Jan 14
We need leaders who are willing to directly take on and challenge the fossil fuel industry, the petrochemical industry, the animal agriculture industry, the military industrial complex, and the big pharmaceutical and media industries.
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Tersh 5h
Justin is helping to breathe new life into this coil! Poor maintenance can result in frantic emergency calls! Please don’t wait for an emergency before you think about maintenances. . . . .
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Emily Claire Goldman 12h
Because corporations shouldn’t be able to stop states from enacting laws in the public interest; the mere threat of investor-state dispute settlement has had a chilling effect on human rights & environmental protection around the world.
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Dat Boi From Round Here Jan 16
You have "people" by the "Hundreds of Thousands" They have less! Time to take it back to the 60's 70's and 80's and get tough!! The corporate giants are winning and we are becoming very soft!!
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Robin Eublind Jan 17
A good start would be to get off this plutocratic bend we've been on for decades and prioritize the health and education of our nation's people and less concentration on corporate growth and investment returns.
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Stand.earth Jan 22
Hey Justin Trudeau. We've got news for ya. Or maybe it's just common sense? Indigenous rights are human rights.
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NEWomenforJustice 9h
lawmakers should calculate the high cost of low wages | Editorial via
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NEWomenforJustice 7h
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ProgressivePower Jan 22
World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam "The growing concentration of the world’s wealth has been highlighted by a report showing that...
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dsr1515 Jan 16
& Hey progressive caucus and house dems! We want you to show us that you're sick and tired of the government run by corporations and the rich. So vote for HR2, the Democracy for All amendment, we're watching!!!
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Lisa Ring 8h
Power ultimately rests in the hands of the people. Make your voice heard. Our fellow- Americans are suffering and our elected officials must fight for them instead of using them to win a $5 billion wall we don't need.
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TomAdler Jan 20
I have been watching for years but will be the CelebrityBigBrother you are better than this to give and a platform This is how we got from reality show Shame on you
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MidWestWomen4Justice Jan 15
"Civil and political rights must encompass the human right to water, which is increasingly under threat by corporations that seek to use and abuse our water supplies for profit." Women for Justice - MidWest Region
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