AC Pharos - Empowering our Communities to Combat Economic Injustice

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An economic activist community, AC Pharos provides support for small businesses, job creation, and gives a platform to activists, checking the influence of large multinational corporations in our government. 
This community is a place for fostering equitable activism. Activists without the resources will be able to invest, inform the movement, discourage stigmatization of the poor, and educate others about quality of life through monetized blogging.

Recent Newsletter Posts

  • It finally Happened: Goldman Sachs asks 'Is Curing Patients a Sustainable Business Model?' Reposted from Walter Einenkel, Daily Kos Staff at Daily Kos. On April 10 in the year of our Lord, 2018, analysts at Goldman Sachs allegedly released a report titled ...
    Posted by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • Class of 2018: What to Expect when Entering the Job Market Update from Dan Crawford, Media Relations Director at the Economic Policy InstituteAfter ten years of slow but steady recovery, young college graduates’ economic prospects continue to look up. However ...
    Posted May 18, 2018, 8:42 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • Here is a ranking of the 10 most endangered rivers in the United States Reposted from Walter Einenkel, Daily Kos Staff at Daily Kos. Non-profit organization American Rivers has released its ranking of the most endangered rivers in our country. Big Sunflower ...
    Posted Apr 20, 2018, 7:26 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • Taking Political Action: How to prepare for Elections 2018 The performance in Alabama has brought local elections to our attention. This came about because of people mobilizing within their communities to bar a nefarious candidate from getting into office ...
    Posted Feb 16, 2018, 8:57 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • Opinion: Inheriting a Movement Growing up, I was sheltered from the movement. It was common knowledge that my mother was active in the NAACP. It was common knowledge that my father organized demonstrations in ...
    Posted Feb 9, 2018, 8:16 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
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