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Issue: Why these issues?
These are issues that are broadly supported by the public: things that help our world and society be better. They’re also issues that are deeply connected.
Data (that you can find by clicking the issues above) shows that, broadly, people care about things like pay and getting by. They care about civil liberties and ensuring folks can have their voices heard. Making sure that people are valued for their work means they have money to pay their bills and access electricity; that they’re not under constant threat of war or climate disaster, and that they can get by for themselves and their families, and they can better themselves through education and having a stable place to live.
But ensuring these things is getting harder and harder to do, on a local and global level. And if we don’t have those things, it leads to things like increase in drug use, and increases in immigration because people need somewhere to go. And ongoing war means that your tax dollars are being spent on the military — not on social safety nets.
The interdependencies of these issues doesn’t mean we fight all of them at once, or that they are the only ones that exist. But it does mean we see the connection between them and recognize that the fight for climate, racial and social justice are interlinked, and they’re local and global at the same time.
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