In one minute in the Twitter, I saw 3 core elements of why We Pivot exists:
- dumping carbon energy,
- fighting the privatization of the public school system, and
- calling for better political leadership when politicians vote [stunningly!] to not accept 3,000 unaccompanied Syrian refugee children.
Here, in these 3 tweets, you see what we need to keep spending our time on. Subscribe to WePivot.net down there at the bottom, get the posts in email and take part in building the pivoting network!
Let’s embrace the post-carbon energy infrastructure now!
Shailene Woodley: Every Time We Allow Another Pipeline, We Prolong the Switch to Renewable Energy https://t.co/70jaPHD0q2
— EcoWatch (@EcoWatch) October 24, 2016
Publicly-funded education is critical for society’s capacity to grow intelligent, empathetic citizens: not obedient, individualistic consumers.
— Patti Bacchus (@pattibacchus) October 24, 2016
Is it fair to compare turning away boatloads of Jewish refugees in 1939 with turning away 3,000 unaccompanied child refugees from Syria?
— WePivot.net 💭💬💭 (@WePivot) October 24, 2016