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Every human being should have access to drinking water that is clean and safe. In the United States, chemical pollutants, aging infrastructure, and procedural inefficiencies are culminating in a water crisis of epic proportions.
Our friends at TakePart believe that local, state, and federal governments should be working harder to properly manage our water.
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Ensure a better tomorrow; add your voice to this important national conversation.-->http://www.care2.com/dailyaction/primary.html?da%5Btoday%5D=2012-04-30
Humans will always work. But that whole employee-employer thing is optional. It's time to start looking for another model.
Organizers and activists have planned direct actions and mass rallies, marches and blockades, as well as mutual aid, concerts, and more to include many people as possible. READ MORE
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Bill of Rights for Bereaved Military Families
Statistics show 1 in 4 Military Deaths are Non-Combat Related; an unacceptable number for Military Families and for our Country’s National Security and Defense.
Each month the Department of Defense releases historically high suicide statistics. However, upon closer examination anyone can see it is releasing numbers based on assumptions and incomplete death investigations.
Although the Cause and Manner of these Military Non-Combat Deaths may differ, the similarity of inadequate Military Death Investigations and the disrespect for the Military Deceased and Bereaved Military Families is consistent.
Inadequate Military Death Investigations and Human Rights Violations involving Death Investigations of U.S Military Deceased have been documented for decades. The resulting damage from these flawed investigations include military families being given incorrect information relating to their loved ones death; up to and including an incorrect official cause of death. . . . .