• Rebel
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    With Special Guests

    We spoke with Christian Democrats of America, White House staff from 43 Alumni for Biden, College GOP for Joe and Republicans for Biden.

Now
Streaming

Jacquelyn and I will be holding regular "Roundtable" video interviews via Zoom, Facetime and whatever else works. We're both new to video, but once we get the ball rolling we'll be inviting guests to interview and talk shop about the State of the Union for everyday Joes, Janes, Jacquelyns and YOU.
Episode 3
Episode 3

This Special Rebel Roundtable features guests and former White House Staff from 43 Alumni for Biden, College Republicans for Biden / Republicans for Biden, Christian Democrats of America, our National DNC Delegation, and Volunteers from Biden for President. We had the rare opportunity to meet and speak with a very impressive group from across the aisle, who believe Joe Biden is the cure to correcting the course and protecting the future of their party.

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Episode 2

#BlackLivesMatter, LGBTQ+, Pride and current topics. Just a couple of everyday American Joes & Jacquelyns talking about the state of the world, The People, and our the country we love. Happy 4TH of July, America - wave those banners high with #Pride and say Goodbye to 45. This is the last year and we're lookin' at a #Biden2020Landslide

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BIDEN
Plan

$70B HBCUs & Education Investment
$70B investments in HBCUs and other MSIs.
Triple Title I funding, primarily serving teachers and low-income students.
Double mental health professionals in schools.
Building innovative schools in Black and low-income communities.
Recruit teachers with different racial ethnicities and diversify schools.
$20B Justice & Prison Reform + $1B/yr for Juvenile Justice Re
$20B grant program on incarceration prevention and reduction initiatives.
$1B annually towards juvenile justice reform.
Ensure housing, mental health treatment, education opportunities and job training for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Decriminalize Marijuana Federally
The Biden Plan will decriminalize cannabis federally for all states & territories.
All cannabis use convictions will be expunged.
$15,000 up-front federal credit for 1st time homebuyers
The Biden Plan will ensure affordable housing for low-income communities.
End redlining and other discriminatory practices in the housing market.
Protect tenants from eviction.
Expand funding for shelters and other homelessness programs.
$50B Investment in Workforce Training
$50 billion investment in workforce training.
Loan forgiveness for public servants.
Provide two years of community college or high-quality training program.
Dedicate funding for child care and transportation costs.
Protect and Build on Obamacare
Make healthcare affordable, without costs being driven up by Republicans
Offer a public health insurance option, similar to Medicare.
Double investments in community health centers.
Protect mental health parity laws.
Expand funding for mental health services.
Appoint diverse U.S. Supreme Court justices and federal judges
Address systemic misconduct in police departments and prosecutors’ offices.
Eliminate the death penalty and mandatory minimums.
End cash bail and private prisons.
Ensure housing, mental health treatment, education opportunities and job training for formerly incarcerated individuals.
Strengthen the Right to Vote
Restore the Voting Rights Act.
Direct the DOJ to challenge state laws suppressing the right to vote.
Support automatic and same-day voter registration.
End to gerrymandering.
Protect voting booths and voter rolls from foreign powers.
End Violence Against Women
Build on Joe Biden's landmark Violence Against Women Act.
Expanding grants for culturally-specific services.
Dedicate investments in the well-being of adolescent girls of color.
Combat the epidemic of violence against transgender women of color.
$1.7T in a Clean Energy Revolution and Environmental Justice
$1.7T over ten years in a clean energy revolution. Reinstate federal land protections for low income communities.
Ensure access to safe drinking water for all communities.
Monitor for lead and other contaminants and hold polluters accountable.
Prioritize communities harmed by climate change and pollution.
$1T Transformational Investment in our Country’s Infrastructure
$1T over ten years to rebuild roads, bridges, railway, freight, and ports.
Boost federal investments in low-income neighborhoods.
Apply James Clyburn’s 10-20-30 formula to all federal programs.
Episode 1

We're kicking off our first episode in low resolution getting a feel for how to do this and shoot DIY, produce and edit down. This first episode covers some introductions on who Jacquelyn and I are, why we support Joe Biden for President, and various current events and topics. Episode 2 will be dedicated to Pride month and LGBTQIA Civil Rights and concerns, and more detail on our lives and our experiences along those lines.
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Jacquelyn

On the East Side
"Giving all I have to see my niece and nephew living in a better future". Fox News described Jacqueline, a Security Guard at The New York Times, as an "ordinary worker". We see two everyday Joes and Janes. There was a time when we didn't want polished slick-talkers that were robotic. Now we criticize candidates like Joe for being too human, too down-to-earth. We have a president in the White House who's federal tax system rewards billionaires and punishes the "ordinary worker" all in the name of "creating jobs". We're all already working. If you ask me, a down-to-earth human being is exactly who we need leading this country.

Chris

On the West Side
I grew up in the Bay in the 80's and 90's. I was a poor kid with a bad childhood that was on the streets from 14 years old. 12 years of Republican economics made for a childhood that saw both extreme poverty and desperation and extreme wealth and excess. I was a drug addict and hopelessly lost. Gangs, drug dealing, bad people, dodging gunfire and eventually being assaulted and tortured left me a hollow shell of a man, timid and broken, hearing voices and at the edge of insanity. I'm a survivor, by The Grace of God. This year I celebrated 18 years sober. I've raised 3 kids myself from infancy to middle school - and when I say raised, I mean everything. I was a single Dad, just like Joe Biden, raising 3 babies and trying to run my web development business to keep a roof over our heads.

Black
Lives
Matter

"

He has been a friend, a dear friend. He's a man of courage, a man with a great conscience, a man of faith," Lewis said in a call with reporters. "He will be a great president. He will lead our country to a better place. He would inspire another generation to stand up, to speak up and to speak out, to be brave and to be bold.
Black Lives Matter

Biden called Floyds death just the latest in a series of injustices stemming from racism against black people, which Biden said was the “original sin” of the United States that “still stains” the nation

When will it end?

When enough people care.
I'll Remember
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