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26 September 2015. A Kind Reply to a Self-Described “Liberal” Friend


Firstly, this is not a “rant” … that’s one reason that I hate “Liberalism”. You’re so “reasonable” that all the rest of us have to see the world through your eyes.  590 more words


September Meeting Recap: Partnering for Transportation Equity

Earlier this month, we convened over 70 partners to discuss lessons learned from SB 535 (2012 de Leon), a bill on cap-and-trade investments that prioritizes housing and transportation funds for disadvantaged communities based on a data-driven framework ( 470 more words

Transportation Finance

Over 50 Organizations signed on!

This week we submitted our framework recommendations to Metro CEO Phil Washington and the Board of Directors for the potential 2016 Los Angeles County Transportation Sales tax. 304 more words

Transportation Finance

Socio-Health Organization founded

Attempts to combine medical and social services will be conducted to an extent that has not been tested yet, under a unified set of positive incentive structures for the lowest effective level of care while simultaneously optimizing quality motives. 366 more words

Health And Fitness Books

Talen, E., (2002) The social goals of new urbanism, Housing Policy Debate, 13(1): pp.165-188 82 more words

Article Review

Baptist Town featured in HUD magazine

We are excited to be featured in PD&R Edge, the online magazine of HUD (the US Department of Housing and Urban Development). An excerpt is below or… 129 more words

You know how 1st world feminists get told that they don’t need feminism? They’re told that they should be glad they’re not “really oppressed” like the women in 3rd world countries.

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M. reblogged this on Bugs In Neurons and commented:

Couldn't agree more. It couldn't be stated any better. Thank you! //Oppression remains as long as society is unequal and unjust. If children in Africa are starving, it doesn’t make a dint of a difference that you have scraps to eat, unless you agree that the minimum morally acceptable action is to force a person to live on scraps.//