October 30, 2014: Finale

Vox Populi Radio

October 30, 2014

This is the finale of the 2nd season of VoxPopuli Radio. Sean will be joined by Edith Jibunoh of the World Bank along with members of #TeamVox as we celebrate the year long journey that has been our 2nd season. 

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  • Love Each Other and Respect New York City

    Love Each Other and Respect New York City

    In New York, Sean found someone to talk to to find out what issues are important to her and to find out if she is confident that the government can fix these problems.

  • Opportunity to work hard

    Opportunity to work hard

    Sean is still in DC and joined by a husband and husband team one working at the New Organizing Institute and the other at Fitzgibbon Media. Both work with progressive leaders to help them to tell their story.

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    The Declaration of Independence is the founding document of our Nation. I hope you enjoy hearing this audio recording as much as I did making it.

    I found it an emotional experience. We hear so much about how weak and ineffective our Government is these days. Well, the clarity and force of this document is an inspiration!


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    I am forced to preface my thoughts because of the litany of thoughtless, mean spirited and hate filled comments on my previous posts in support of my candidate, Secretary Clinton.

    A large number of character maligning comments came from Christians. It is decidedly un-Christian to attack someone and impugn their motives for sharing ones views.

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