USA - 🟧Sourceful
Girl, I Guess Progressive Voter Guide 2020 General
A progressive voter guide to the 2020 General Election in Cook County and beyond
Trump Presidency - Elise Joshi
A list of failures, false claims, and unkept promises during Trump presidency
2020 MAGA Candidate Lists
A list of politicians involved in the 2020 Primary Election who have declared their support for Donald Trump
Storming of the Capitol
This spreadsheet seeks to compile all visual materials of the storming of the Capitol. What you SHOULD ADD to the spreadsheet: 1) Copies of live streams recorded from the Capitol storming 2) Copies of videos recorded from the Capitol storming 3) Copies of photographs taken of the Capitol storming 4) Screen-capture recording of streams that do not allow direct scraping 5) Links to archived copies of videos/photos already added
Anti-Asian Racism: Lesson & Resources
A collection of slides and resourced dealing with the rising racism experienced by the Asian American community now and during the course of the history
Stopping the Coup: The 2020 Guide
We are at a moment in which many people have become so tired of the status quo that they have mobilized in the name of justice. From antiblack violence to pandemics, from environmental devastation to indigenous and queer and trans erasure, we’ve seen people stand up against injustice that affects all of us. We want to lift up the reality that by working together we can make change happen. We offer this guide as a resource to help with your efforts. This guide can be used beyond the election, offering resources from a broader movement mindset that are not just for this moment.
Ready Player 230 (Georgetown Law)
A lecture about #Section230 and Video Game law by @jess_miers What is Section 230? What is content moderation? Should gamers care? Find out here.
Database of Public Officials Breaking COVID Guidance
coronavirus, data, USA, politics, news
A database of public officials who violate their own COVID regulations, or at least appear to believe "rules for thee and not"
(Public) Jan 6. Capitol Events: Platform Response
Table from @firstdraftnews showing the major tech platforms' response to the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, including any actions they took, statements they made, and policies they cited. (Some, of course, did nothing)