Mark Ruffalo joined the Poor People's Campaign (Marvel-ous) Moral Monday to stop McConnell’s Misery, Meanness and Madness.
For those not familiar, McConnell dubbed himself “The Grim Reaper.” You can check this for yourself.
Now that the Black Panther has returned to his roots (we miss you, Chadwick Boseman), we need a new super hero to help us fight the resurrected Grim Reaper and his Evil Empire that perpetrates systemic injustice in all its forms: racism, lack of access to education, housing, healthcare & jobs, environmental destruction and wasteful spending on war economy by the military-industrial complex...
As Bob Marley sings, “Time to fire down Babylon!”
Babylon System - Bob Marley & The Wailers
August 31, 2020 Moral Monday Digital March
Here are a few things Mark shared with us:
+Bailouts don't trickle down to those that need them the most
+Ask your elected officials on both sides of the aisle why they're not speaking up to get the relief act passed
+They'll know we're Christians by our acts (his exact words)
Me: Mitch: Give the poor the green  they need, so Mark doesn't turn GREEN and throw the rascals out! Let's join in and help him...with our votes, phone calls, letters and social media outlets...Let's be Guardians of Earth...'cause if we can't take care of the least among us on our home planet, we're of no use to the Galaxy.
 Green = equal access for all to education, jobs, housing & healthcare by redirecting budget money now going to bail out corporations and to wasteful military spending (blood money)
Next Moral Monday Sept. 14 3:30 PM EST
Labor Day: Special presentation for labor. For details:
Wage Peace – Nonviolently by harnessing and focusing our anger and sadness into creative actions
Non-violence is the only way peace is to be waged and justice established.
Use these Monday's to remember that the land of the free and home of the brave was stolen from the braves and built on the labor of the enslaved.
Practice: Active LOVE...rather than reactive HATE...
Fallen Warrior…You’re back in your roots/homeland…at peace
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--lyrics slightly modified to address the leaders of the world...
This song applied:
in Old Testament times to the Jewish people torn from their homeland and enslaved
in modern times to the African men, women and children who were forcibly removed from their homelands to build the empires of their captors
and now to those forced out of their homes by the systemic evils of injustice cited throughout this post
First written by The Melodians, their source material was from Psalm 137 and [Psalm 19] AND their own life experiences.
"Rivers Of Babylon"
By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down Ye-eah we wept, when we remembered Zion By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down Ye-eah we wept, when we remembered Zion When the wicked Carried us away in captivity Required from us a song Now how shall we sing the Lord's song in a strange land When the wicked Carried us away in captivity Requiring of us a song Now how shall we sing the Lord's song in a strange land Let the words of our mouth and the meditation of our heart Be acceptable in thy sight here tonight [Psalm 19] Let the words of our mouth and the meditation of our heart Be acceptable in thy sight here tonight By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down Ye-eah we wept, when we remembered Zion By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down Ye-eah we wept, when we remembered Zion By the rivers of Babylon (dark tears of Babylon) There we sat down (You got to sing a song) Ye-eah we wept, (Sing a song of love) When we remembered Zion. (Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah) By the rivers of Babylon (Rough bits of Babylon) There we sat down (You hear the people cry) Ye-eah we wept, (They need their God) When we remembered Zion. (Ooh, have the power)