women succeed, America succeeds."
~ President Obama, The State of the
Union Address, 2014
I'm Trish Causey, and I
am not a politician. I am an
I'm a life-long artist and grassroots
activist. In 2014, I plan to win the
House of Representatives' seat for
Mississippi's 4th District, becoming
the first woman ever to represent
Mississippi in the United States
Congress. I am a self-employed
single mom and an outspoken advocate
for human rights issues, particularly
Congress currently spends most of its
time legislating women's bodies,
hurting the poor, and enabling the
capitalist vultures of the 1%.
Congress needs to focus on urgent
issues like jobs, the economy, equal
pay, saving Social Security, reversing
poverty, boosting education, repealing
the Patriot Act, reigning in the NSA,
and helping our veterans, to name a
few. Getting the money out of
politics is a priority as well.
Currently, this House
of Representatives seat is held by
Steven Palazzo (R), who opposed the
Violence Against Women Act and would
not approve federal help for victims
of Hurricane Sandy until he traveled
to the area personally, not to
mention his ethics' issues involving
turning over his accounting firm,
questionable use of Congressional
staff for personal reasons, and
aligning with the Tea Party.
I want to be "The
Mississippi needs a Representative
who cares about Mississippi's
post-Katrina/post-BP oil spill
economy, broken educational system,
dire health statistics, and overall
The people of
Mississippi deserve better than
elected officials who function as
puppets for the GOP's good ol' boys
club. Vote for me, Trish
Causey, in 2014. Thank you!
BBC: The Century Of
American should watch this 4-part
series on American consumerism and
just how capitalism has affected us.
Art - Migration Is Beautiful, Pt. 1 Video series on the reality
of Immigration in America.
Toolbox for Revolution
synergies between artistic
imagination and shrewd political
strategy. Read the book for free here.
Against the Machine Clip about Minimum Wage
"The Daily Show with Jon Stewart".
The Story of Stuff Covers
production and consumption patterns
and exposes the connections between
environmental and social issues, and
create a more sustainable and just
Change Great short, inexpensive
book that provides practical
exercises to augment movements for
justice, ecological sanity, and
transformative social change.
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