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Joe Sanberg
Mission: Financial Security for All! Chair & Champion of ; Co-Founder ; Instagram:
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Joe Sanberg 13h
Replying to @KerriHarrisDE
💯% support and here’s my oped take on why it would be great for our health and our economy:
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Aspiration 15h
We’ve just added joint accounts!
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Joe Sanberg 17h
Have you heard of a term called “deaths of despair” devastating low-Income Americans? Read and share this article about how raising the minimum wage and expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit can reduce suicide and drug overdose rates.
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CalEITC4Me 21h
We’re in Riverside with our partner organizations, sharing successes from this past tax season, and next steps as we prepare for expansion!
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FullCycle 24h
FullCycle CEO shares with his thoughts on the outlook of clean-tech: "What’s going to solve our problem is upgrading all of our systems to 21st century, sustainable, carbon-neutral or carbon-negative technology." Read more here:
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Nina Revoyr Jun 21
A big victory for low-income families in California. Congratulations, !
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Joe Sanberg Jun 23
Thank you and for your support and partnership of !
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Joe Sanberg Jun 23
Moments before and I spoke last October at the kick-off of ’s tour for tax justice. I wore my favorite shirt which feels extra relevant right now to current events.
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Joe Sanberg Jun 23
In his “American Dream” speech, Dr. King said: “Segregation and discrimination are morally wrong. It must be solved because segregation relegates persons to the status of things.” In many ways today, we relegate people to the status of things. What do these words mean to you?
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Joe Sanberg Jun 23
An inspiring interview with — thank you Bishop Curry for your wisdom about love as a commitment.
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Joe Sanberg Jun 22
Remembering the kick-off of tour for tax justice cc
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Lanae Norwood Jun 21
this would not be possible without you! Thank you for your dedication to help and your commitment to support across the country
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Jamie Austin Jun 21
The BILLION $ expansion of California's EITC is an incredible victory for working Californians. Thanks to for making it happen.
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Joe Sanberg Jun 22
Friends - recommend reading and sharing this courageous essay by about the experience of being parent/kid on food stamps.
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Joe Sanberg Jun 21
Optimism is self-fulfilling and we need hope to orient ourselves toward building a better future since we ourselves must build it. Consider this wisdom from Proverbs 10:28: “The hope of the righteous brings joy, but the expectation of the wicked will perish.”
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Joe Sanberg Jun 20
Replying to @IAmKrishanPatel
I remember. In Irvine, right? Hope you’re well!
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Joe Sanberg Jun 20
Replying to @hollyemartinez
Holly - your leadership and belief from the very beginning are meaningful reasons now millions of Californians will get the ! Thank you!
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Jenny Bach Jun 20
In recognition of , I want to highlight two people who made my own opportunities possible. My parents fled Vietnam in the 1980s, hopeful and optimistic for a better life. Let’s think of others around the world who are also striving for the same.
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Joe Sanberg Jun 20
Replying to @JosephNSanberg
8/ My mission remains: . I’m reminded of Dr. King’s wisdom: “One of the great agonies of life is that we are constantly trying to finish that which is unfinishable. We are commanded to do that.” Let’s finish our mission to . We must try.
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Joe Sanberg Jun 20
Replying to @CalEITC4Me
7/ I started to ensure every working Californian would earn and get the Earned Income Tax Credit — and to ensure that working Californians themselves would have a strong voice in policymaking. This year we’ve served nearly 2 million low-income Californians.
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