I watch, what I consider, an ambitious amount of youtube videos(1) and here I’ve listed a few of my favourites. I’m not interested in expanding into politics on this blog but I was piqued to share the Up To Us Caravan movement because being “sick and fucking tired of the American Political-Economic system” is an increasingly non-polarizing statement and when I heard they’re stopping through St Louis, I knew I couldn’t pass.
Shailene Woodley and Kendrick Sampson are involved with a group called Caravan. They travel around to various communities having conversations to bring attention to major issues. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Shailene Woodley, and Kendrick Sampson, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down.
The Up To US Caravan will be passing and stopping through North St Louis, Ferguson, July 21-22 hosting Community Conversations for Change. I plan to follow up and find specifically where they’re going to be talking and to attend.
2016 has been, if nothing else, a enlightening year and with this new illumination the complexity of our future paths becomes clear. The bright side: at least now we have a little more light to glean our way.
Don’t be afraid to change. Everything does eventually.
- I guess-timate, based on my somewhat predictable habits, that I watch (as opposed to using youtube for music) around 100-120 minutes of the tube a day or 11.6-14 hours a week. I suppose it is a bit less than the average American Male my age range, 25-34, which is closer to 2-3 hours.