When Did Basic Fairness Become a Radical Idea?
We are the 99%, but the 1% get all the gains. Families are struggling to pay their bills and keep a roof over their heads – if they even have a roof to keep. Young people can’t find jobs or a decent place to live. Higher education is a path to crippling debt, not a better future.
These challenges impact people in communities from Newfoundland to British Columbia, from the biggest cities to single industry towns to the smallest villages. But there are also issues unique to every place. Our power to build a better world will come from melding what we share in common with our diversity.
Good public healthcare, education, childcare and pensions are central to a fair and equitable society, but there is so much more we can do.
What are the challenges you experience? What are the solutions you want to see? Let’s talk!