I agree with You John... we need to help each other into building each other's community for the better and not just rely on the government .
This is amazing! We have to start investing back into our communities. We can't keep looking to the Democrats and Republicans to come "save" us. We have to become more involved so that we can change things for the better for us ALL.
I am glad to see that Carter put the money he had raised for Bernie to good use. That being said, given the current state of things, I highly doubt the Trump Administration will do anything to improve the livelihoods of low income Americans or people of color.
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