13-Point Human Rights-Based Revolutionary Agenda

01
Dismantle the Military-Industrial Complex.
Focus on growing the civilian economy; end the empire and permanent war economy. Since 2011, the financial cost of war in the U.S. has reached $1.6 trillion. Our political and economic welfare ...
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02
Public Ownership of Banks.
The banking industry’s unregulated manipulations and privatized monopoly over the market share have directly risked the jobs, homes and savings of millions of Americans, as shown by the ...
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03
Education Revolution.
Education is not a privilege; it is a human right. We need to foster the intellectual capital of our youth, cultivating students to reach their highest potential through an education ...
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04
Green New Deal. Nationalize Fossil Fuel Industries.
A movement towards a prosperous world requires forward thinking solutions that are both economically empowering and environmentally sustainable. We must transition into a clean energy ...
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05
Guaranteed Living Wage. Right to Employment.
Over the last few decades, an increase in the cost of living coupled with stagnant wages has led to a decreased quality of life for a significant portion of the U.S. population. The United ...
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06
Strengthen Labor Power and Worker Co-Ops.
Over the last half century, the labor power of workers have drastically declined and wages have remained stagnant. With unions and collective bargaining rights stripped along with the ...
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07
Universal Publicly Funded Healthcare.
Healthcare is a vital necessity of life that must be afforded to every single person as a fundamental human right. 35 million Americans do not have access to healthcare, with millions more ...
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End Globalization. Repeal NAFTA, TPP and International Free Trade Agreements.
Corporate free-trade agreements have given rise to the offshoring of production, contributing to stagnant wages and the loss of nearly 5 million U.S. manufacturing jobs over the past 20 years. ...
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09
Restructure the Agriculture Industry.
Agriculture is the largest industry in the world as food is the foundation of civilization, providing the basic sustenance for all of life. As a result of corporate dominance over the ...
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10
Inheritance Cap for the Super-Rich.
One of the most significant systemic flaws in society is the stranglehold of economic prosperity by exclusive groups of private interests. It has become apparent that those with ...
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11
Transparent and Open Government.
Politicians and elected officials must be accountable to the people and not their campaign donors. The American people have been effectively silenced through the corruption of moneyed ...
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12
End Police Brutality, Private Prisons and the War on Drugs.
Police brutality and discrimination against communities of color must end. We support community policing, the demilitarization of police forces, external civilian oversight of police ...
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Universal Human Rights.
Human rights are universal and inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or immigration status. We believe the highest aspiration for a nation is that ...
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