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Brand New Congress - focus on 2020 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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From the web site: " is a website that has different tools to help people organize for the purpose of making a better world. This site is a way to promote many organizations who are working on a variety of important causes and highlight all the great efforts in our community. Some of the features on the site already include: a newsfeed, an events calendar, a map of organizations, and a playbook for organizing. We are still in the process of developing the site, fixing some of the bugs, and building new features."

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City Rights in an Era of Preemption - National League of Cities
From the web site: "Preemption is the use of state law to nullify a municipal ordinance or authority. In some cases, preemption can lead to improved policy statewide. However, preemption that prevents cities from expanding rights, building stronger economies, and promoting innovation can be counterproductive when decision-making is divorced from the core wants and needs of community members."

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Cline Center for Democracy at University of Illinois
From the web site: "The Center's mission encompasses several research activities, including monitoring civil unrest around the world; tracking the over-time development of economic, political, and social indicators for 165 countries; and developing new machine algorithms and analysis tools for studying the tens of millions of articles in the Cline Center's global news archive. The Center's mission also supports a wide range of teaching and public engagement activities, from fellowship programs for faculty and graduate students to undergraduate research opportunities and topical symposia for the University of Illinois campus."

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Data Center Research for Justice
From the web site: "For over 30 years, DataCenter has been an independent research organization for social justice movements and grassroots organizing. Rooted in progressive social movements and grounded in values of justice and self-determination for communities, we use research as a tool to centralize community power and transform society." This link points to a page showing research tools and ideas.

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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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Here’s the reason government can’t vote in the interest of the people.
This is a 2012 article on A Matter of Scale - Science, Technology, Social Commentary blog. In this article writer shows how big business and US government overlap. This continues to be major problem.

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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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News from Left, Center, Right - Which Are You Reading?
This article on the Zenpundit web site includes three charts that classify various media outlets as far left/right "garbage" or more to the center, and reliable. It's an interesting article and may help some decide where they want to go for their news.

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Open Debate Coalition - engage more people
The Open Debate process is described in this statement: "In the Open Debate format, regular voters across the nation submit and vote on questions on an online platform for several weeks in advance of the televised event. For the live debate, moderators choose from among the questions that received the most votes – asking follow-up questions along the way." Browse this web site to learn more about this.

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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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Our Revolution - Issues
From the web site: "Our Revolution will reclaim democracy for the working people of our country by harnessing the transformative energy of the “political revolution.” Through supporting a new generation of progressive leaders, empowering millions to fight for progressive change and elevating the political consciousness, Our Revolution will transform American politics to make our political and economic systems once again responsive to the needs of working families. Our Revolution has three intertwined goals: to revitalize American democracy, empower progressive leaders and elevate the political consciousness."

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Our States - web site map focuses on issues
The lead message on this site is "As we work to block Trump's agenda in Congress, his agenda is already being implemented in many states." Map on site shows which states are considering legislation to support Trump agenda on key issues, and which are opposing the Trump agenda."

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Progressive Voters Guide - Washington State
From the web site: "The Progressive Voters Guide is an annual project of Fuse Washington. Since 2008, we've combined the endorsements of Washington's leading progressive organizations with research about candidates and ballot measures to give you the information you've been searching for to be an informed voter. More than 1,300,000 people have used the Progressive Voters Guide, and thousands come back each and every election for more of our thorough candidate research and trusted recommendations."

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Reclaim Chicago - people and planet before politics
Reclaim Chicago is grass roots organization that works year-round to get people elected who support progressive issues.

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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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From the web site: "RESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed everyday people. Together they use their voices to influence political decisions that will bring an end to poverty."

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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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Stay Updated on Issues and Legislation at State and Federal Level
From the web site: "POPVOX* keeps you updated on issues at the state and federal level. Find out about bills under consideration, add you voice, and share with your networks for real policy impact."

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The Longview Institute - think about old problems in new ways
From the web site: "The mission of the Longview Institute is to articulate and promote a vision of our nation based on a moral economy and a just society. Our belief in individual liberty, accompanied by collective responsibility, is deeply rooted in the highest ideals of the American progressive tradition. Working with others, we seek to influence Americans to think about old problems in new ways and to change the terms of debate. Our ultimate goal is to rethink and promote public policy that will lead to an America admired for its moral economy, its personal freedom, and its social and economic justice."

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The Rising Majority - seeks to build collective solution
This is coalition formed in 2017 to unite various organizations working on common issues such as labor, youth, abolition, immigrant rights, climate change, feminists, anti-war, economic justice, etc.

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ThinkProgress blog and forum
From the web site: "Think Progress is a project of the Center for American Progress Action Fund. The Center for American Progress Action Fund is a nonpartisan organization. Through this blog, CAPAF seeks to provide a forum that advances progressive ideas and policies.

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Turn America Blue by Flipping Elections in Swing States
From the web site: "Our mission is to turn America blue by building a movement to flip seats. We focus on state races, which play a huge role in national elections but are often overlooked. Information about these races is hard to find, and busy people don’t have the time to sift through it. That’s where we come in. We’ll tell you which races are most important, who’s running, and how you can support them.

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