I can’t make a video at the moment, in the meantime,
APFP Interviews: Proposed 5-days paid sick leave
On February 22nd, 2014, AProgressiveThinker takes to the streets of New Brunswick, New Jersey once again to ask the people and the workers of New Brunswick about what they think of a recently proposed law that would require businesses to grant full-time employees at least 5 days of paid sick leave. Every single one of the people interviewed agree with the proposed bill, however the mayor does not and some of the city council members do not either. Time to listen to the people and make their voice heard!
Read article here: http://newbrunswicktoday.com/article/city-officials-disagree-over-private-sector-paid-sick-leave-policy
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A Path For Progress: The Road to Progressivism…
My friend Deandre responding to Kevin O’Leary’s strange comments about wealth inequality.
Let’s all board the Jaclyn Glenn hate train. Choo choo. Seriously though, let’s learn why people believe the things they do, and use that to change minds.
i dont know who this woman is but she gives me faith
My debut on A Path For Progress discussing
- Colorado Marijuana Legalization
- Minimum wage increases
This is the world of equality. It’s horribly small.
I love how everyone who reblogs this knows exactly what it is about.
i would love to see Illinois on here.
can someone explain me this post? Thank you.
The places colored in have marriage equality. The rest do not.
If you are here for celebrities then you should unfollow me now. I have joined a collab channel A Path For Progress and will be pursuing online activism for now. The link to my personal YT channel is in my bio. I encourage discussion, maintain an open mind, and truly want to help progress society.
With that being said I hope you check out the channels, if you make YouTube videos yourself inbox me and I would be more than happy to reblog your videos (depending on content). Although I do not have that many followers, I hope anyone reading this takes up our call to arms as progressives banding together to create a better society.