— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) September 23, 2021
“All spoke of a deep sense of gratitude for the payments, which unlike other aid programs come without a lot of strings attached. The federal government did not set a requirement for how the money could be used.”
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) September 20, 2021
35% of homeowners in the US have invested $ 5,000 or more to protect their homes from the impacts of climate change.
That’s money that could be spent at small businesses, on childcare, savings and more.
Action on climate is an economic imperative. We must deliver on this.
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) September 20, 2021
This post is a POV on how violence is often a function of desperation. Reduce desperation – we can reduce violence. “If participants meet various benchmarks, including securing job interviews & meeting w/life coaches, they could earn $ 500 per month.” https://t.co/vUsrEi6ZB1
— Basic Income Today (@UBIToday) September 17, 2021
My late 87 year old father was a gay man who spent most of life hiding his identity. Moving for me to be at @cjforiowa and Luke Schulte wedding today in Manning as No. 1 CJ’s a friend — and because I so desperately wish my dad could have had such a day — and full, open life. pic.twitter.com/RgnrNRGb7X
— Douglas W. Burns (@douglaswburns) September 12, 2021