The first Earth Day was in 1970. Senator Gaylord Nelson, from Wisconsin, saw the protest movements that were happening all over the United States at the time and thought to harness that energy and focus it on pollution. 238 more words
Voting is only really important at local levels and limiting the vote means that communities are much more able to do for self.
The problem is the type of restrictions, not that they exist. 601 more words
A major theme at TOO is the racialization of American politics—the tendency for politics to reflect racial/ethnic identities rather than economic interest, as was the rule in pre-multicultural America where the Democrats were the party of working class Whites. 1,144 more words
UDiON Foundation congratulate and thank all those who advocated for women equality, women empowerment and women right to vote and take active roll on tomorrows “International Women’s Day”. 1,435 more words
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Why do we place responsibility in the hands of politicians? Why do we expect that they can (and will) effect change in any positive way? When did the artist–the musician, writer, philosopher, teacher–lose power?