This sounds like the benign version of The Hunger Games. Pulte’s claim that philanthropy is better able than the gov to solve the problem of poverty doesn’t take into account that it isn’t the gov that funds UBI, it’s the economy. Here’s why: https://t.co/Xp4DiM4pNv pic.twitter.com/xooE8jDaS5
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) June 14, 2021
Cancel student debt? Just kidding.
$ 15 minimum wage? Just kidding.
Fight the climate crisis? Just kidding.
But this isn’t a joke for the tens of millions of people burdened with trillions of debt, the 40 million people working for less than $ 15 per hour and all humankind.
— Joe Sanberg (@JosephNSanberg) June 9, 2021
None of this will matter if it isn’t tied to a transformation of K-12 education that does away with punitive, age-based, test-driven processes and uses competency-based learning. Technology enables us to deliver a just-in-time, individual experience for every child. Let’s do it. https://t.co/wesHySvijo
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) June 3, 2021