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Learn to Evangelize (In a Good Way)

Learn, and practice, how to tell the story of the candidates you support, and become an evangelist for them.

One of the most important things you can do to push back against Trump is convince people to come out and vote against his democracy-destroying agenda. 1,063 more words

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A key to our changing climate

A recent study published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicts a bleak future if nothing is done by governments and individuals to curb climate change. 533 more words

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Make an Appointment to Donate Blood Every Time You Hear About a New Mass Shooting

When news breaks of a new mass shooting in America, make an appointment to donate blood (if you’re eligible to do so). 

Because the majority of Americans are in fact sane, we are sickened when we learn of a new mass shooting. 316 more words

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Attend the No One Is Above The Law Protest Near You Thursday November 8, 5 pm Your Time

Attend the No One Is Above the Law protest near you, taking place Thursday, November 8, at 5 pm your time (local time).

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Central American migrant caravan

A caravan of about 7,000 Central American migrants entered Mexico in mid-October. Though this caravan is unusually large, traveling together is common as migrants are less likely to be victims of violence in a bigger group. 686 more words

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Get Out There and Support the Work of #TheLastWeekend

This OTYCD post originally ran on July 28, 2018. We’re reposting it today, tomorrow, and November 5 as a reminder to get out there and do the work of supporting #TheLastWeekend however you can. 266 more words

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The war goes on

In 2015, Artur’s* family was forced to leave their home in Aleppo, Syria when their home was destroyed. Artur, who requires expensive medications and is unemployed, lives with his elderly parents, wife and two children. 351 more words

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