How the Humanist Movement Fosters Economic Injustice
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The current social movement that exploded onto the national scene with the 2011 Occupy Movement is following the path of successful movements so far. The social movement in 2014 is poised to begin an exciting era of broadening and deepening the growing consensus for social and economic justice.
Debilitating. Despicable. Dehumanizing. That’s what poverty is, and that is the annihilating effect it has on those thrown into its cavernous cauldron. The “poor” is the most loathsome of species today. This loathing is shared by society, polity, and law, alike.
A major progressive initiative is underway in Jackson, Mississippi. This initiative demonstrates tremendous promise and potential in making a major contribution toward improving the overall quality of life of the people of Jackson, Mississippi, particularly people of African descent. This initiative is the Jackson Plan and it is being spearheaded by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) and the Jackson People’s Assembly.
Curated by jean lievens
Economist, specialized in political economy and peer-to-peer dynamics; core member of the P2P Foundation
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Met P2P voorbij markt en staat: voor een progressieve coalitie rond de commons. Met nieuws over op p2p gebaseerde praktijken en hoe de overheid, de politiek en de zakenwereld ermee (kunnen) omgaan...
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on money and what it is
From the Great White Way to the West-End and beyond
on peer-to-peer dynamics in politics, the economy and organizations
Not TINA (There Is No Alternative) but TAPAS: THERE ARE PLENTY OF ALTERNATIVES