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Marianne Williamson
13 million children are hungry in America. Yet most politicians do not even talk about it. Children aren’t old enough to vote, nor old enough to work therefore they have no financial leverage. They’re not old enough to advocate for themselves. That’s our job.
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Marianne Williamson Dec 30
Replying to @marwilliamson
The political establishment has simply normalized the despair of millions of American children who are chronically traumatized by poverty, hunger, and all manner of violence. This is what happens when government becomes more an instrument of corporate profits then of conscience.
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Marianne Williamson Dec 30
Replying to @marwilliamson
The vulnerabilities, challenges and chronic trauma of millions of American children should be recognized as a social justice issue. An economic system with no particular use for children - or for older people - has left both groups underserved.
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Marianne Williamson Dec 30
Replying to @marwilliamson
This country shouldn’t be run like a business, it should be run like a family. First we should take care of our children & older people, making sure they have everything they need to thrive. Everything else would then heal itself from there. Moral repair precedes societal repair.
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Rude.
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Show some stats for that claim.
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James David-I ❤️ Bernie so I must be Nobody Dec 30
Replying to @marwilliamson
Bernie talks about it constantly.
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Patrick Allen Dec 30
Replying to @marwilliamson
In America most pets eat better than children in third world countries we should do better for our children.
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