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Azima Thakor Nov 29
My sister got She’s a physician. 10 days into her quarantine, symptoms still bad but she’s improving 🙏🏼 Hospital wants her to return tonight for a night shift. we are all expendable and our lives mean nothing.
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tMI_CHael🏳️‍🌈🇺🇸#25thAmendmentNow #TrumpIsUnfit 3m
Lady , you get millions in tax breaks for a myriad of the luxuries you own; that’s . So, you’re all for // for the rich but demand to subject the rest of us to just ?! Not so much.
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Major Adil Raja (R)🇵🇰 Nov 28
Global Capitalist Empire was in clear danger of another meltdown in 2020 endangering forever branding it as root cause of all evils faced by society. So what happened next was which can conveniently be blamed instead🤔
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Dr.SriaC 24h
So thrilled to see my essay: ‘The Arts, Environmental Justice and the Ecological Crisis’ in : . With 21 brilliant and thoughtful interdisciplinary responses. Thread.
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Cathz ✨ Nov 26
Regular day vs black friday
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Cliff Fretwell Nov 24
WHAT’S NEXT? With athletes wrestling on various cards & networks. Will Organizations or “Leagues” form and lock specific athletes / RTC’s into contracts. ie UFC, Bellator etc
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InvioletaMariaSeghito🦋🇺🇬 Nov 23
Replying to @DadaInvioleta
There is no sign yet that the uncovering of silences resulting from excess eg from in south Africa to global Will lead to profound changes in how the system is operating
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Christian Fuchs Nov 27
Engels@200: Friedrich Engels in the Age of , Special issue of the journal tripleC: Communication, & Critique with 11 contributions, edited by Christian Fuchs,
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Conservative Tribune Nov 27
The true story of Thanksgiving and the entire idea of thanksgiving have taken on new meaning for Rush, and we pray to God that he gets to share this story for many years to come.
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Ganesh Kumar R Nov 23
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FantasticBooks Nov 29
We love this book. A stark warning both of the dangers of runaway and .
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AWID Nov 24
Starting now! We'll be live-tweeting the wisdoms and experiences of the fantastic speakers in our webinar today - is the virus - is the antidote. Stay tuned!
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Michele Zanini Nov 23
Most proposals to improve the lot of workers under a “reimagined” capitalism ignore an essential ingredient: Giving every employee the chance at becoming a self-managing “micropreneur” with real autonomy and upside.
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Sarah Duet Nov 22
CHANGE : TECHNOLOGY people blind to the harm want the world at full speed. our creation uncontrolled will destroy us.    
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GET A GRIP Nov 26
The heir to a $3billion fortune ex-hedge-funder manager using his power as Chancellor of the Exchequer for the sixth richest country in the world to announce he'd rather cut aid to the poorest people on earth than ask the grotesquely wealthy for another penny in tax.
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Steve Paikin Nov 23
For the last 40 years, the rich have gotten much richer while incomes have flatlined for everyone else. Former dean Roger L. Martin has some ideas for making capitalism work more equitably. He's on discussing them tonight at 8/11pm on .
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Volans Nov 28
"Our current model of has contributed to levels of environmental and social damage that are unsustainable in every sense." In this latest report with WBCSD we explore how we can reinvent capitalism to change this. Read it here:
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Yovanna 🌊Wears a Mask😷🌊 Nov 29
+ can lead to social alienation.
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ITManagement101 Blog Nov 23
The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power.... "Everyone should read this as an act of digital self defence." See the book on Amazon at Please retweet
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Agathonia Media Nov 24
Usually we believe to be the most leisured people in history, that and have massively reduced our burden. It is rather unknown that a case can be made that this is a great myth. Prob we '' more than most of our ancestors. /1
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