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

  • Seattle Takes a Decade: Banning Drinking Straws while Plastics Take Down our Food Chain As of July 1, restaurants, bars, and resorts on Pacific Northwest coastal city of Seattle could be fined up to $250 for use of disposable plastic utensils. However, the ban ...
    Posted Aug 10, 2018, 5:45 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • Update: Digitizing the AC Phoenix News The AC Phoenix News was started by Rodney Sumler as the head editor in 1982, serving the community for over 30 years until his passing.  It empowered many voices of ...
    Posted Aug 3, 2018, 9:13 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • Word of the Day: Quisling --The State of Affairs in the United States Reposted from Catgrin at Daily Kos Quisling (/ˈkwɪzlɪŋ/; Norwegian pronunciation: [²kvisliŋ]) noun  “a traitor who collaborates with an enemy force occupying their country.”By now, 1.5 years into Trump ...
    Posted Jul 27, 2018, 8:29 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • The Federal Minimum Wage is Currently a Poverty Wage Reposted from Ben Zipperer at the Economic Policy InstituteHigher wages were a key plank of the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign to reduce poverty. But over the last five ...
    Posted Jul 20, 2018, 8:31 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
  • The State of Affairs in the United States: What Political Science Can Teach Us About the Killing of Journalists Reposted podcast from Mark Goldberg at Global Dispatches- We are nearly six months into the year and already nine journalists have been killed in 2017, including four in Mexico alone ...
    Posted Jul 27, 2018, 7:27 AM by Rahni Jere Sumler
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