So if someone watching this at home wants to help make the case for cash relief because I know there's so many people that want to see this happen and they're different things you can do. You can the traditional things like write your member of Congress know, they can certainly support Humanity forward. But like do when someone asks you this question like where do you send them? Yeah.
I mean it there's some there's certainly more options now and I guess one of the questions I ask is like, you know, what is it that you want to do and not only like what's available but even like what skill sets do you have that you could even create something new, like what would be even like an enjoyable thing like a fun thing for you to do. You know, maybe you'd like to write something. Maybe you'd like to you know as for like a submit it to your local paper or They would like to write to your members of Congress or maybe you'd like to start up a podcast or maybe already have a podcast and like, let's do like a topic about basic income or something along those lines. Like, there's various things that people can do and certainly, you know, getting money to as funding for Humanity forward is, you know, a great way to go about that now but, you know also I really like Wisconsin's.com,
don't feel restricted Scouts
Anna's.com. But also, you know, income movement, which is that income. A movement.com is doing a lot of great stuff, Grassroots organizing people can, you know, be involved there. That's that's great. And also, we've got the, you know, the basic income March is coming up here in September, and that's really exciting to see happen again. Hopefully, they're again, be even more people this time in the previous times, and that could show even more movement. So people can hey, if you've, if If there's already something scheduled and a march on your place, then in your area then, you know, please attend it and if there isn't, then please be that person that you know, sets it up and helps organize that. So there's there's definitely things that that people can do that didn't really exist years ago.
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