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Marketplace for Social Awareness and Social Responsibility
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It starts now, let's get this thing done.
It starts now, let's get this thing done.

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The Marketplace for Social Awareness and Social Responsibility is for anyone who has an interest in fostering social awareness and social responsibility.

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Random thought: Does the end justify the means?

"Dolezal has built a wide-ranging career as an expert on and advocate for the black community.

She is not just president of her local NAACP chapter; she is also an academic expert on African-American culture and teaches many related classes at Eastern Washington University.
She represents the black community publicly and vocally, including as a spokeswoman on race-influenced police violence. On Tuesday she spoke to Al Jazeera on the topic. And Dolezal has appeared alongside Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who has filed charges against police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, a young black man."

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"Browder’s mother didn’t have the $3,000 that would have gotten him out. But insisting that he did nothing wrong, he also did not take the plea bargain either, so the only other option was for him to stay at Rikers Island until his turn in front of a judge came up.
In a place like New York City, it’s supposed to take no longer than six months for a felony. Browder went to jail in May 2010 and his case was dropped in May of 2013. His Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial vanished.
All because he was poor and believed he was innocent until proven guilty."

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