People Over Politics: Michigan Militia Joins Michael Moore to Protest Flint Water Crisis

Originally posted on Desultory Heroics:
By Carey Wedler Source: Anti-Media The water crisis in Flint, Michigan has inspired an unlikely partnership: a local militia group is coordinating with outspoken liberal filmmaker Michael Moore to demand accountability and clean water for residents. Moore, a Flint native who first gained notoriety for his his documentary on the…

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Driscolls boycott

Originally posted on indy bay By Alex Darocy On January 2, community members in Watsonville picketed in front of the Mi Pueblo Food Center on Freedom Boulevard in support of the international boycott of Driscoll’s Berries. The headquarters of Driscoll’s Berries is located in Watsonville, and Mi Pueblo is a large chain supermarket that sells the […]

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My Struggle for Freedom in the midst of Virginia’s Truth-in-Sentencing and Abolition of Parole Laws

Originally posted on Conscious Prisoner:
I am a 38-year-old Black male from the city of Richmond, Virginia, who has been incarcerated at various prisons in the Virginia Department of Corrections for over 20 consecutive years. I am serving a 93-year prison sentence without the possibility of parole for my participation in a robbery that resulted…

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Public transportation should be free to the public. People riding more bikes is a good thing and the way we think about transportation and its funding is completely backwards. Lets not forget that there are transit dependent folks and there are choice riders. Those who are physically or geographically unable to ride a bike or walk to work rely on public transportation and when funding and operation costs are dependent on the appeal to choice rider, the dependent suffer.

Metro blames bikeshare for lost passengers but bikeshare is just going to get bigger.  -Washingtonian

— From a Friend

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