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This site was recommended to me as a "trust worthy" news source (as opposed to the mainstream media). .
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Ed Tech and the circus of unreason - how to respond post 2016 America
This article contains many links to other articles that reflect on a 2017 America with Donald Trump as President. While it invites educators to reflect on their roles, and the ways they interact, it really is an invitation to anyone concerned with the future of civil liberties, democracy, the environment, etc. The article is linked to an annotation tool called, which enabled anyone to add their own comments and join the discussion. That's one of the reasons I've posted it to this section of the Tutor/Mentor web library.
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Ending Poverty: America's Silent Spaces
From the web site: " America’s Silent Spaces is a growing movement to mobilize individuals, communities and organizations in the public and private sectors to identify innovative and community-based solutions that will inform a meaningful path out of poverty for our fellow citizens. Everyone can play a role. Raise your voice. Raise Awareness. Rally for change. By taking action in your community, you can be a part of the solution to alleviate poverty nationwide."
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IndivisableGuide - Actions that resist new US administration
This is a guide and website created by volunteers n their free time "to help the real leaders on the ground who are resisting Trump’s agenda on their home turf." These volunteers "hope readers will take this document and use it however they see fit."

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From the web site: "Swing Districts are places where the winner of the last House of Representatives election was determined by a thin margin. Swing Left helps you find and commit to supporting progressives in your closest Swing District so that you can help ensure we take back the House in 2018." If you're concerned about ultra-conservative dominance of state and federal government, you need to get involved and help elect progressive representatives in swing districts near you.
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The Other 98 - Movement Building To Take Back America
From the web site: "The mission of Other 98% is simple but bold: to be a storytelling force that stirs people to action. We challenge the stranglehold of corporate power by creating our own educational tools and crafting our own narrative, one that sparks the cultural shift we need to build new systems for a healthy and vibrant new world."

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World is Open - links library at TrainingShare
While the links in the library on the Tutor/Mentor Connection site focus specifically on issues related to poverty, volunteering, tutoring/mentoring, etc. the links in the TrainingShare site can take you to knowledge and learning information, curriculum, collections hosted throughout the world. It will take time to become familiar with all of this so book mark the site and visit often.
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Brand New Congress - focus on 2018 elections
The US Congress is broken, so let's fix it by electing new representatives from all 50 states who are committed to common goals. That's what this web site is all about.
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Building a movement toward equality in America - Robert Reich
Robert Reich's web site and Facebook page offer daily commentary on issues of inequality and how we mobilize to reduce this problem.
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Can we heal our great divide? | Hedrick Smith | TEDxOrcasIslandCan we heal our great divide? | Hedrick Smith | TEDxOrcasIsland
Om this video, Hedrick Smith, "An investigative journalist explores the cause of economic disparity in the United States, its effects, and what we can do to correct our course as a country. In the earlier half of the 20th century, workforce productivity and median hourly wages increased equally. In the 1970's everything began to change as economic growth was channeled toward the 1%"
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Follow the Leaders. Connecting the Dots
This is a Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC blog article that focuses on connecting the ideas and web sites of different progressive groups and leaders in central spaces where others can learn and form their own involvement. Look at the comment section of the blog where I add links to new articles as I find them.
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Issue Brief Series Highlights the Equity Imperative—and Solutions
This section of the Policy Link web site describes what's on the page, saying: "Each short brief describes key challenges and strategies to advance equity within the issue area, provides relevant data points and research findings on the economic benefits of equity, and shares an inspiring example of a win-win solution for equity and the economy already being implemented."
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Mind Map of Global Civilizational Collapse
This site provides a unique set of visualizations of "Why Nothing is Happening in Response to Global Challenges " along with an extensive library of resources related to the maps.
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Opposition to 2017 US data collection policies; resources
This link points to a page where signees show opposition to projected data collection policies of the new US President. This is the first of several statements: "We refuse to participate in the creation of databases of identifying information for the United States government to target individuals based on race, religion, or national origin" The web site also has many links pointing to organizations and resources related to civil liberties.

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Reclaim the American Dream: It's Up to Us
This is "an informational gateway aimed at helping people who are upset about America today to get engaged in fixing our democracy and making our economy fairer at the local level, where people power still has clout."
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Rolling Back Inclusion - updated regularly
From the web site: "The Democracy Collaborative is deeply concerned that the antipathy or outright hostility of both the current administration and the current Congressional majority to the federal infrastructure of community development will translate into irreparable harm to the low income communities, especially communities of color, who continue to struggle with the legacy of decades of disinvestment, discrimination, and dispossession. We believe—along with the rest of the community development field—that robust, effective federal action is necessary to expand the access of marginalized communities to affordable housing, good jobs, and an equitable share in America's prosperity. In order to help communities across the country—both rural and urban—speak up in a moment in which the administration has made clear its intentions to scale back or dismantle these key federal frameworks, we will be tracking the new federal attacks on inclusive community development here, along with state-level measures enabled and encouraged by the new federal context. "

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Visit these blogs about "learning" and "network building"
This is a sub section of the Tutor/Mentor library with links to blog articles related to learning, networking, MOOCs, etc. The ideas will expand your tool kit for how you collect information and draw people together to solve complex problems.
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What is "Neoliberalism" - a definition
As the wealthy class grows and the poor grow poorer, America and the world are becoming divided along political, social and economic lines. This link provides a definition, possibly biased, of what 'Neoliberalism' is, and it's affect on society.

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Who Leads? is web site focusing on political power in US
This site has a powerful animation and other information showing how political leadership in the US is dominated by White men. Useful for understanding challenges.
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