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INDIVISIBLE CHARLOTTESVILLE FACEBOOK

INDIVISIBLE CHARLOTTESVILLE

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MADISON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE

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SHOWING UP FOR RACIAL JUSTICE CHARLOTTESVILLE

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NEWS LINKS

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RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH

THE DAILY PROGRESS

GREENE COUNTY RECORD

WERTHEIMER- DEMOCRACY 21

Multitude of articles covering Wash DC, Russiagate, Legislation, Finances & Budget, etc. at one website. Weekly report gleaned from many sources.

A do not miss!

LARRY SABATO’S CRYSTAL BALL

 A comprehensive website run by the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics, features detailed and frequently updated analysis for elections across the country. 

MOTHER JONES

 Mother Jones is a reader-supported nonprofit news organization and the winner of the American Society of Magazine Editors’ 2017 Magazine of the Year Award. The staff does independent and investigative reporting on everything from politics and climate change to education and food . 

CULPEPER STAR EXPONENT

ROANOKE TIMES

THE ATLANTIC

THE NEW YORKER

THE DAILY BEAST

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VIRGINIA POLITICS INSIDER

 This is a free &  nifty newlsletter put out by the Richmond Times Dispatch. Since the online newspaper is not free, this is a good way to keep up with what's going on in the General Assembly. It is a short daily recap of the news and scenes from the Capitol delivered weeknights around 7 p.m.


VIRGINIA PUBLIC ACCESS PROJECT

 The nonprofit Virginia Public Access Project connects Virginians to nonpartisan information about Virginia politics in easily understood way.  There is a wealth of information on this website....a must see!


The Three Branches of Government

The Graduate School of Political Management, George Washington University 

As declared in its opening statement, the goal of the Constitution was to “establish a more perfect union” and to encourage peace, liberty, and security for the country. Adamant that the United States not be run under the absolute authority of a single monarch, the founding fathers created a system of government consisting of three parts: the executive, judicial, and legislative branches. The Constitution outlines a clear system of checks and balances were put in place to ensure that no branch held a monopoly on political power. 

Indivisible: A Practical Guide to Resisting the Trump Agenda

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ISSUE ON RACE

National Geopgraphic Magazine

April 2018 Issue


The entire issue of the latest National Geographic is devoted to the subject of RACE.  It contains interesting articles on all aspects of RACE....check it out!

Heather Heyer Foundation

We Will Not Forget Our Own Heather Heyer, A Graduate of William Monroe High School in

 Greene County

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