It May Be Trump’s America, But You Can Still Make Change in Your Community. Here’s How.


BLACK-ISH 📺
A new Nielsen study confirms that TV shows with black leads aren’t just for black people—in fact, they’re helping bring American viewers together.

THE READ

Some of the biggest battles over President Donald Trump’s policies aren’t being fought in the halls of Congress or the streets of Washington. They’re being fought in city halls, state capitols, and individual neighborhoods across the United States.

Politics may play out most dramatically on a national scale, but it’s felt most directly in the cities and towns where we all live from day to day.

So if you’re having trouble getting through to the president or to your congresspeople, you should consider how you can affect change locally.

Here’s how you can leverage the power of local, grassroots organizing to make the place you live in better for everyone. Read more.

LET’S TALK ABOUT TAKING A PROTEST DAY

People across the country today participated in a coordinated strike, a “Day Without Immigrants,” shutting down hundreds of businesses from DC to Detroit to Milwaukee. Even students participated—receiving support from their teachers (even if their absences are technically “unexcused,” sigh). There were also moving displays of solidarity, as immigrants and their allies protested in the streets to show support for their fellow Americans.

TUNE IN

Death by hazing. Racist allegations. Blackballing. We’re pulling the curtain back on Greek life’s deepest, darkest secrets. Watch our Frat Power livestream tonight at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT on Fusion TV’s Facebook or Periscope.

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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