Day 79: Contributions from our Readers

And Now . . . a Word from our Readers

DAY 79 ACTION: Read a few articles shared by other readers; then, watch a video about curing Trump-Induced Anxiety Disorder (DON’T MISS THIS).

“Justice is what love looks like in public.” – Cornel West

We love hearing from you! Thank you for your emails, telling us how you like The Majority’s First 100 Days. We also appreciate the news you send our way. Today, we decided to share articles you’ve sent on a particular theme – a concern for justice.

Many of you worry about the precarious state immigrants find themselves in under Trump. One of you sent an article about the INS arresting a man as he dropped his kids off at school. Another told us about two Indian neurologists legally working in Houston whose permits were revoked abruptly.

Meanwhile, two readers shared news that Attorney General Sessions ordered the DOJ to review all judicial agreements with police forces accused of systemic civil rights abuses. You also reported that he stopped the Obama DOJ’s phase-out of private federal prisons despite their high costs and poor inmate safety records. (We are tracking these stories; they may become a full-blown action soon.)

One reader sent a sobering article from New York Magazine, Donald Trump’s Race War. This deep-dive is worth the 20 minutes it will take to read.

** And finally, if you’ve made it this far, you deserve a little comedic relief. One reader shared this 2-minute video with us, suggesting how to survive the next 3 years and 10 months. **

Today’s Action: Read and discuss with friends the articles shared here by fellow readers of The Majority’s First 100 Days. Then send us more news and feedback!!


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