Sign the petition calling on the DNC to embrace transparency, accountability, and inclusion! Our hope for real reform to strengthen our Democracy depends on it.
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Roots Action, which, as you may know, was founded by anti war activists David Swanson and Norman Soloman and journalist Jeff Cohen has an important petition on the rootsaction.org web site to the Secretary of the Army against punishing Chelsea Manning with solitary confinement for her own recent suicide attempt: http://rootsaction.org/featured-actions/1249-urgent-chelsea-manning-is-being-charged-for-her-own-suicide-attempt Chelsea, as you may know, as an act of conscience, leaked info about the Iraq War and the war in Afghanistan as well other classified info listed at the bottom of her Wikipedia page to inform us what was being done in our name with our tax dollars and … Continue reading →
There’s a petition below asking members of Congress to sign a bipartisan bill to reinstate a 21st Century Glass Steagall Act. Americans for Financial Reform is an research/advocacy group of progressive organizations that are in solidarity with financial reform. The quality of this organization is exemplified, IMO, by the fact that Alexis Goldstein is a senior researcher for this organization. As you may remember, she was interviewed several times by Chris Hayes on MSNBC during the Occupy sit ins. I think she mentioned in one of those interviews that she had worked on Wall Street and that experience, intelligence and dedication … Continue reading →
Jul 21, 2016 — Over 135,000 people have come together to call for dedicated resources to develop computer science education in classrooms throughout the country. That’s great! Lend your voice and tell Congress why Computer Science is important to you: http://www.csecoalition.org/takeaction Last week, Congress Members gathered to discuss changes to the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Bill. While the committee did not pass targeted funding for K-12 computer science education, a bipartisan group of Congressional members reaffirmed the need for computer science education. At the state level, governors across the US have been vocal in their support for … Continue reading →
For those who’ve not seen this, a petition from Dr. Jill Stein: Google – stop censoring Jill Stein! On google, searching on ‘presidential candidates’ doesn’t include Jill or the Green Party, only Trump, Clinton, and Johnson. … Continue reading →