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1 Look Who Is Voting
2 Trumka: The Fight for Working Families Begins Again Now
3 The Rally To Restore Sanity & Keep Fear Alive
4 Playing For Change: Imidiwan Afrik Tendam

Look Who Is Voting

presente.org -- One factor will determine the outcome
on Nov. 2: Who votes. That's why Presente.org and
ColorOfChange.org teamed up to make this video,
reminding us of all the people who will be going to the
polls on Tuesday -- and why you should be one of them.
(Big thanks to billsimmon and OneWisconsinNow for
concept and footage)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydyOTADrCFc
October 30, 2010
2:10

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Trumka: The Fight for Working Families Begins Again Now

We expect critical legislative battles to take place in
the coming weeks and months, with as little as 24
hours’ notice. We need to be able to alert you right
away. Please text NOW to 225568 to sign up for
occasional, timely text messages on your cell phone.

http://act.aflcio.org/c/18/p/salsa/web/common/public/content?content_item_KEY=1867
November 3, 2010
2:43

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The Rally To Restore Sanity & Keep Fear Alive

'Daily Show' host Jon Stewart and 'The Colbert Report'
host Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central hold a rally at
the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to provide a
satirical counteract to the Tea Party movement and
Glenn Beck's 'Restoring Honor' rally earlier this year.
Photography by Astrid Riecken. Music by Roots "The
Seed"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bpd3C0Xvoc&feature=related
October 31, 2010
2:24

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Playing For Change: Imidiwan Afrik Tendam

From Glastonbury, England, where the Playing For Change
Band performed in the Summer of 2009. The band was
joined by Tinariwen, Vusi Mahlasela and the Omagh
Community Youth Choir for a beautiful version of
Tinariwen's Song "Imidiwan Afrik Tendam," which means
"companions." It often seems as if only music can bring
together such diverse groups of people to share in the
collective power of our human race.

http://playingforchange.com/episodes/37
November 2010
5:01

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