Mama Said, “Don’t Touch Nothing. Don’t Ask for Nothing and Don’t Say Nothing.”

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“The mess we are living in is a deliberate one. If it was created by people, it can be dismantled by people, and it can be rebuilt in a way that serves all, rather than a selfish, hoarding few.”
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