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Global Pulse

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Global Pulse is an innovation initiative launched by the Executive Office of the United Nations Secretary-General, in response to the need for more timely information to track and monitor the impacts of global and local socio-economic crises. The Global Pulse initiative is exploring how new, digital data sources and real-time analytics technologies can help policymakers understand human well-being and emerging vulnerabilities in real-time, in order to better protect populations from shocks.

 

The recent waves of global shocks – food, fuel, and financial – have revealed a wide gap between the onset of a global crisis and the availability of actionable information that can help protect the world’s most vulnerable populations against further regressions.

 

The impetus for establishing Global Pulse was the realization that the same data, tools and analytics that power business can help speed up the public sector’s ability to understand where people are losing the fight against hunger, poverty and disease, and to plan or evaluate a response.


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It's not enough to only respond to crises, or even to anticipate and avoid them.  It should not be about barely keeping up with putting out fires, because we should be doing much better than that.  But at least by focusing on the most vulnerable at any one time and always helping to make their lives better, we can gradually improve the general welfare of everyone.

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The Power Of The Reasonable Majority | Ben Goldhirsh | XPRIZE Insights

Ben Goldhirsh talks about an inflection point in how civil society exercises it's power and how the internet is helping to make that easier for everyone.

 

"We're all here in this thing together."

"It's a total inflection point in how things work."

"The team play that's starting to pop up is moving us toward more of a true democracy."

"You don't have to be angry to dig in; it's easy to dig in. Now it's so easy to have an impact."

"You've unlocked the power of the reasonable majority."

"I think it's game over for the unreasonable."

 

Ben Goldhirsh is Co-founder and CEO, of Good. Good is a global community of, by, and for pragmatic idealists working towards individual and collective progress. 

Daniel LaLiberte's insight:

Ben tells why we are inevitably moving toward a true democracy, which, in my mind, is a global consensus, acting as one global mind, composed of all the individual minds being most fully and fairly expressed.  The reasonable majority is a super majority, an agreement among most people that is not about suppressing any minority views, but understanding all viewpoints for what we can all learn from them.

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Let's hope Ben and you are right !
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Pia Mancini: How to upgrade democracy for the Internet era - YouTube

Pia Mancini and her colleagues want to upgrade democracy in Argentina and beyond. Through their open-source mobile platform they want to bring citizens inside the legislative process, and run candidates who will listen to what they say.

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How to Plan a Revolution (an Excerpt from Abundance)

How to Plan a Revolution (an Excerpt from Abundance) | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

How did a simple Facebook group mobilize 12 million people in 40 countries in just one month?

That's exactly what Oscar Morales accomplished when, in 2008, he created a Facebook group called A Million Voices Against FARC.


What had Morales done to bring millions of people into the streets in a country where, for decades, anyone who said anything against the FARC wound up kidnapped or dead or worse? He’d created a Facebook group. He called it A Million Voices Against FARC. Across the page, he typed, in all capital letters, four simple pleas: “NO MORE KIDNAPPING, NO MORE LIES, NO MORE DEATH, NO MORE FARC.”


“At the time, I didn’t care if only five people joined me,” said Morales. “What I really wanted to do was stand up and create a precedent: we young people are no longer tolerant of terrorism and kidnapping.”

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A Global Call for a Greater Voice

A Global Call for a Greater Voice | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

A greater voice for the people in making government work for the common good is an idea that is powerful and popular, not only in the United States, but as we’re finding out, around the world as well.


Here in the U.S., overwhelming majorities among Republicans, Democrats and independents, from all across the political spectrum, support creating a Citizen Cabinet, and feel it will help improve the situation in Washington.

 

Voice Of the People (VOP) is a new non-partisan organization that seeks to re-anchor our democracy in its founding principles by giving ‘We the People’ a greater role in government.

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Can Systems Of The People, By The People, For the Titans, Long Endure? | Errors We Live By | Big Think

Can Systems Of The People, By The People, For the Titans, Long Endure? | Errors We Live By | Big Think | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

Lincoln proclaimed good government is "of the people, by the people, for the people,” (from Wycliffe’s 14th-century Bible). That last clause provides a tyranny test. Tyranny being any power used “not for the good of those...under it,” but for the tyrants benefit.


Orwell reviewing Hayek’s Road To Serfdom said free markets were “a tyranny probably worse...than that of the state.” He knew tyrants are easier to stop than a “tyrantless tyranny” of bad ideas. A constitution-like balance of powers within economies must ensure they serve “the people.”

Daniel LaLiberte's insight:

Don't forget the danger of the tyranny of the majority.  I believe there can be such a thing as too much cooperation, which can result in the imposition of the will of the majority over that of minorities.  True consensus decision making needs to fairly consider the views of all.

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Global Citizens to Elites: Join Climate Fight 'Or Step Aside'

Global Citizens to Elites: Join Climate Fight 'Or Step Aside' | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

More than 100 organizations representing millions of global citizens held a demonstration in Bonn, Germany on Friday as they delivered a direct message to government leaders gathered for climate talks with a simple, but urgent message: "Stand with us, or step aside."

 

The morning event saw organizations from every continent – including trade unions, social movements, environmental groups, gender and youth groups, indigenous groups and NGOs – join together to demand climate justice as they warned that current levels of inaction by governments are dangerously off-track in addressing the climate emergency.

 

"We are more determined than ever to fight for the survival of our families, our communities and our peoples across the world – a survival that rests on nothing less than the fundamental transformation of a system that has generated massive impoverishment, injustices and a climate crisis that threatens all life on earth."

 

 

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The Missing Part of the Internet – Collaborative Decision-Making Made Easy with Loomio

The Missing Part of the Internet – Collaborative Decision-Making Made Easy with Loomio | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

The world needs a better way to make decisions together

Democracy isn’t just about politics — it’s people getting together and deciding how things should be. It’s a skill we can practice with people wherever we are: in our workplaces, our schools, and our communities.


Loomio is a user-friendly tool for collaborative decision-making: not majority-rules polling, but actually coming up with solutions that work for everyone.


Real democracy needs to include everyone


Our mission is to make it easy for anyone anywhere to participate in decisions that affect them.

 

The internet has made it so easy to talk to each other, but there’s no easy way to make decisions together online. Loomio bridges that gap, providing space for people to come together and talk things through, hear all perspectives, and reach clear outcomes. It’s like a missing piece of the internet, and we need your support to build it.


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This Is Lateral Power - YouTube

What happens when an Internet revolution merges with a renewable energy revolution? Jeremy Rifkin, author of 19 books on the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, the workforce, society, and the environment and adviser to President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, speaks about a new Third Industrial Revolution - one based on a distributed, lateral power. The result may just be a sustainable world.


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Michael Hohenwarter's curator insight, January 8, 2014 4:18 PM

The concept of lateral power - it`s the opposite of hirachical power. Rifkin puts it in the context of energy and the internet...the gateway to a sustainable future!

Josef Kreitmayer's curator insight, January 22, 2014 4:59 PM

Heute mit jemandem aus Spanien gesprochen. Dort hat das Internet eine völlig neue Umgangsweise mit Nachrichten, und der Lage entwickelt. Vor kurzem leisteten die Bürger*innen einiger Städte gemeinsam "Widerstand" um die Bürger*innen einer Stadt zu unterstützen, in ihrem Kampf, um ein teures Parkgaragen-Projekt zu verhindern, das nur wenigen, diesen aber viel, Nutzen gebracht hätte.

sehr interessant.

http://madrid.tomalaplaza.net/
Tomalaplaza ist eine Vernetzungsseite, wo sich einzelnen Regionen Spaniens unabhängig voneinander an einem Platz finden und kommunizieren, was sich in ihren Bewegungen tut.

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DON’T PANIC — The Facts About Population

DON’T PANIC — The Facts About Population | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

Don’t Panic – is a one-hour long documentary broadcasted on BBC on the 7th of November 2013.

The visualizations are based on original graphics and stories by Gapminder and the underlaying data-sources are listed here.
Hans’s — “All time favorite graph”, is an animating bubble chart linking health and wealth which you can interact with online here and download offline here.


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Key insight:  The number of children stopped growing in 1980.  Most of the world is now having only 2 children per family.  The reason why the adult population will continue to grow is just because it takes a generation to balance out the bubble of having more children that survive to grow up and have their own children.

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Mackenzie Mcneal :)'s curator insight, August 27, 2014 10:04 AM

Maybe the world  being overpopulated is a good thing. In the video it explains how all of our resources wont run out they will just need to be increased. The way we live and what we live off of is much different than what other people have to live off of.  We have all of these resources to spare that as people bring more children into this world we will have plenty to share. The world is a place to  farm,  to be able to provide for your families,  to live your everyday life without having to worry about dying from diseases. So if the world becomes overpopulated it will force people to move to a better inhabitant.

Katelyn Sesny's curator insight, October 31, 2014 12:24 PM

Although this is a very long video, it provides extremely important facts about the explosion of population growth, the history and background behind it all, countries and states at risk, already occurring issues and possible solutions to these rising problems. - UNIT 2

MissPatel's curator insight, December 16, 2014 3:21 AM

Most of you have watched this - have a quick recap. Can you use this in any of your answers to exam questions? 

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The Age of Sustainable Development with Jeffrey Sachs - YouTube

Sign up at http://www.coursera.org/course/susdev. The course The Age of Sustainable Development by Jeffrey Sachs from Columbia University will be offered free of charge to everyone on the Coursera platform. 

 

Sustainable development is the most urgent challenge facing humanity. The fundamental question is how the world economy can continue to develop in a way that is socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. The course describes the complex interactions between the world economy and the Earth's physical environment. Ecological processes and constraints (climate, disease ecology, physical resources such as soils and energy sources, topography and transport conditions) significantly shape the patterns of economic development, demography, and wealth and poverty. At the same time, human activities (farming, land use, urbanization, demographic change, and energy use) change the physical environments, increasingly in dangerous ways. 

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The Time Is Now - Russell Brand - YouTube

"Only systems that serve the planet and the population of the planet can be allowed to survive."

 

"As long as people are empowered with information, if people are unified, if people have a common understanding and are prepared to look at what we share, what unifies us, instead of what separates us, then the people are invincible."

 

"We need to see politics as the implementation of spiritual principles, of oneness, togetherness, tolerance of one another, and making sure that people are taken care of."

 

"There is going to be a revolution; it's simply going to happen.  I ain't got a flicker of doubt.  This is the end!  This is time to wake up!"

Daniel LaLiberte's insight:

Even though a revolution appears inevitable, at least in the sense of enormous changes at all levels of our society, it can either be a process of destructive chaos, or creative emergence, or a mix of both.  We have a lot of work ahead of us no matter what, but it will be less work, and less painful, if we can transition more peacefully in a spirit of cooperation, though with all due haste. 

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Matt Damon reading Howard Zinn about a Declaration of Interdependence

Matt Damon reading Howard Zinn about a Declaration of Interdependence | Global Consensus | Scoop.it
Matt Damon isn't asking you to start a revolution, but when you hear this, you might anyway.

 

Reading Howard Zinn:

 

"We need a kind of declaration of interdependence among all peoples of the world who are striving for the same thing."

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As imddawg comments: "If I may throw in my 2 cents. We ALL need to become ONE. Not Rep. or Dem., nor Tea Party or Occupy. Not Christian or Muslim, nor American or European. These distinctions are our chains, they bind us to the floor. We need to become humans for humanity. Then and only then can we become a significant force, equal to the task. ONE."

 

Even though we should always strive to become ONE, we must also support fair expression and consideration of all points of view.

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Earth Democracy

Vandana Shiva explains the concept of a deeper democracy called earth democracy.

 

"It is a democracy that is related to the earth, in the sense that we are first and foremost citizens of the earth, of the planet.  The second reason I call it "earth democracy" is it's practiced close to the earth.  It's practiced best where you live, every day."

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Morgan Freeman Narrates the Greatest Story of Our Generation - Subtitulado en Español - YouTube

Morgan Freeman narrates the greatest story of our generation - the story of the human journey at this critical moment in time. Of all the
stories to belong to, this is the story to be a part of. Don't watch it
from the sidelines. Don't wait for the experts to figure it out. Ask
yourself: how can I become one of the weavers of the story? It's a
tapestry with 7 billion threads. What contribution do I want to make?
If you're not yet contributing to this story in some way, ask yourself
why not? This is a story for everyone.

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Naomi Klein: 'Ferocious Love' and the Climate Fight To Come

Naomi Klein: 'Ferocious Love' and the Climate Fight To Come | Global Consensus | Scoop.it
Timing matters. The calendar is counting. The clock is ticking. The planet is warming. But... people are rising.

 

What Klein and others have come to call "Blockadia"—the resistance movement that has been blocking pipelines, opposing new extraction projects, and quite willingly putting bodies on the line—is the moral antidote to world leaders who have repeatedly crumbled before the pressures exerted by the fossil fuel industry, the promise of unfettered trade, and the mantra of free marketeers.


"After two centuries of pretending that we could quarantine the collateral damage of this filthy habit, fobbing off the risks on others, the game is up, and we are all in the sacrifice zone now," she writes.


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BRICS: Toward a Rio Consensus - The Globalist

BRICS: Toward a Rio Consensus - The Globalist | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

The BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) set out to overcome Western domination and the legacy of the “Washington Consensus.”

 

This action could strike a true trifecta — recharge global economic governance and the prospects for development as well as pressure the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) — to get back on the right track.


Now the BRICS are taking matters into their own hands. Their governments have been diligently putting together two new institutions that hold great promise — a new development bank and a new reserve pooling arrangement.



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The direction of evolution: The rise of cooperative organization

The direction of evolution: The rise of cooperative organization | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

Two great trends are evident in the evolution of life on Earth: towards increasing diversification and towards increasing integration. Diversification has spread living processes across the planet, progressively increasing the range of environments and free energy sources exploited by life. Integration has proceeded through a stepwise process in which living entities at one level are integrated into cooperative groups that become larger-scale entities at the next level, and so on, producing cooperative organizations of increasing scale (for example, cooperative groups of simple cells gave rise to the more complex eukaryote cells, groups of these gave rise to multi-cellular organisms, and cooperative groups of these organisms produced animal societies). The trend towards increasing integration has continued during human evolution with the progressive increase in the scale of human groups and societies. The trends towards increasing diversification and integration are both driven by selection. An understanding of the trajectory and causal drivers of the trends suggests that they are likely to culminate in the emergence of a global entity. This entity would emerge from the integration of the living processes, matter, energy and technology of the planet into a global cooperative organization. Such an integration of the results of previous diversifications would enable the global entity to exploit the widest possible range of resources across the varied circumstances of the planet. This paper demonstrates that it's case for directionality meets the tests and criticisms that have proven fatal to previous claims for directionality in evolution.

 

The direction of evolution: The rise of cooperative organization
John E. Stewart

Biosystems
Available online 1 June 2014

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biosystems.2014.05.006


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Eli Levine's curator insight, June 15, 2014 10:06 PM

Cooperation is the best way to improve, sustain, maintain, and repair.  Competition is what drives everyone and everything towards something different, be it competition for resources or competition against the elements around us.

 

I don't get what the point of competition amongst the species is for.  Part of cooperation, after all, is knowing what works, learning about what could work better or doesn't work, and then letting the negative or sub-optimal slip back beneath the waves of ignorance, such that the new ways can rise to prominence.

 

Change is the only constant in this universe of universes.

 

Yet cooperation, I think, yields the higher and stronger of the universal structures that are out there, even if it means that there are still losers and winners.  The only difference is the level of consent and consensus that's reached within the social, ecological, economical, and/or political landscape.  One way works towards what is best.  The other way simply yields what is best at competing, which is not the same as being the actual best solution to a given problem or condition.

 

Think about it.

Luciano Lampi's curator insight, June 16, 2014 9:51 AM

is this the end of stove pipes?

Ra's curator insight, June 22, 2014 6:02 AM

Have I been reading too much science fiction?

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Rising Up! The Growing People-Powered Movement Is Showing Power

Rising Up! The Growing People-Powered Movement Is Showing Power | Global Consensus | Scoop.it
A report shows that we are seeing the largest protests in world history, with a steady increase in the overall number of demonstrations annually.

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Public Confused About Climate Change? It's Everybody's Fault But the Media's

Public Confused About Climate Change? It's Everybody's Fault But the Media's | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

The New York Times reports on the new American Association for the Advancement of Science report on climate change, and wonders whether it will make any difference. Reporter Justin Gillis notes that, "because so many people are confused about the science, the nation has never really had a frank political discussion about the options." 


So public misperceptions about the reality and severity of climate change aren't just the fault of the fossil-fuel industry – scientists are also to blame,  for being too nuanced. In any case, it certainly isn't the fault of the media who for so long pretended (and often still pretend) that those two groups' opinions are of equal validity. Nor is it the media's fault that there's never been a national discussion about solutions to climate change–how could they engage in such a thing, when people are just so confused?


- Julie Hollar is the managing editor of FAIR's magazine, Extra!.

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A large and growing majority of the public *do* know the truth about climate change, despite the media being unfairly balanced about the issues.  People *do* want action more than the media has reported, and more than pursued by government, owned and operated, as it is, largely by the same wealthy powers that run the media.

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Web Inventor's Bold Call: Time for 'Online Magna Carta'

Web Inventor's Bold Call: Time for 'Online Magna Carta' | Global Consensus | Scoop.it
Tim Berners-Lee issues call for "a global constitution – a bill of rights" to defend digital rights

"we need to make sure we establish the principles that the Web's been based on — principles of openness, principles of privacy, principles of not being censored."


"It's time for us to make a big communal decision," he told BBC. "In front of us are two roads — which way are we going to go? Are we going to continue on the road and just allow the governments to do more and more and more control — more and more surveillance?"

 

"Or are we going to set up a bunch of values? Are we going to set up something like a Magna Carta for the world wide web and say, actually, now it's so important, so much part of our lives, that it becomes on a level with human rights?" he continued.

 


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On the basic income law, economic democracy, participatory economics, and the importance of the commons in the 21st Century: Further thoughts on an alternative philosophy of social change

On the basic income law, economic democracy, participatory economics, and the importance of the commons in the 21st Century: Further thoughts on an alternative philosophy of social change | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

It appears to me that in majority of discussions about life after capitalism and possible social-economic alternatives, a very familiar anxiety tends to surface and resurface. This anxiety, I argue, is both existential and social in nature. It is the result of what I describe as one of the most fundamental philosophical problems of the 21st Century: namely that if capitalism, as a system of in-direct domination, emerged in history as an alternative to systems of direct domination; how might we then formulate, in the present, a truly progressive and emancipatory alternative without reproducing direct or in-direct systems of domination?


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Wealth Inequality in America - YouTube

Wealth Inequality in America - YouTube | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is.

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This video uses simple graphics to very dramatically represent how extremely out of balance the distribution of wealth is in the US. The same is true across the world.  

 

It also shows how most people's perception of this inequity doesn't match how bad it really is.  I think this is largely because the relatively few wealthy people are mostly invisible.

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The Meaning of Decent Society - Robert Reich

The Meaning of Decent Society - Robert Reich | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

It’s the season to show concern for the less fortunate among us. We should also be concerned about the widening gap between the most fortunate and everyone else.


Although it’s still possible to win the lottery (your chance of winning $648 million in the recent Mega Millions sweepstakes was one in 259 million), the biggest lottery of all is what family we’re born into. Our life chances are now determined to an unprecedented degree by the wealth of our parents.


The underlying issue is a moral one: What do we owe one another as members of the same society?

 

Conservatives answer that question by saying it’s a matter of personal choice – of charitable works, philanthropy, and individual acts of kindness joined in “a thousand points of light.”

 

But that leaves out what we could and should seek to accomplish together as a society. It neglects the organization of our economy, and its social consequences. It minimizes the potential role of democracy in determining the rules of the game, as well as the corruption of democracy by big money. It overlooks our strivings for social justice.

 

In short, it ducks the meaning of a decent society.


To get back to the kind of shared prosperity and upward mobility we once considered normal will require another era of fundamental reform, of both our economy and our democracy

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"Society" is, by definition, about how people relate as a group, as a collection of individuals living and working together.  So a decent society can't be one where the vast majority is unwillingly subserviant to an extremely fortunate, vanishingly small minority.

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The Growing Realization That Our Individual Struggles Are All Connected Makes This “Our Moment”

The Growing Realization That Our Individual Struggles Are All Connected Makes This “Our Moment” | Global Consensus | Scoop.it

We are moving toward becoming a movement of movements that cannot be ignored because more people are coming to the realization that our individual struggles are all connected to a larger struggle and that we have more strength when we act together rather than alone.   As the unity shown in that photograph becomes a reality, we will succeed in creating the kind of solidarity that will make this era “OUR MOMENT.”


South Africa is mourning the death of Nelson Mandela.  His vision for South Africa was of a rainbow – uniting all people, no one race white or black dominating others.  The liberation he sought was not only ending the racist and abusive apartheid system but also ending an economic system which allowed the white minority to profit while the black majority was impoverished.


Such a united movement is growing in the United States and around the world as people organize around the issues that affect them directly but recognize they are working toward a common goal of ending the rule of money and putting the needs of the people and protection of the planet first.

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The Citizen's Oath

Are you willing to take the oath?
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"I promise, upon my honor, to leave this world stronger, safer, more sustainable, and more beautiful than I found it."

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