The Poverty of Philosophy

Talisa-Marie shares:
“My greatest anxiety about policy and advocacy, is also what fuels my passion to make a change in this world. The problem is, I DON’T KNOW HOW TO MAKE A CHANGE IN THIS WORLD!!! All I know is that I am, frustrated, disgusted, saddened and just plain sick of the B.S. in this world. I don’t like the choices people in power make, I don’t like how the media controls the way we think. There should be no reason to have homeless starving children in this country or other countries. I feel like people are often too caught up in mundane issues instead of focusing on issues that value and support our children. There needs to be a change. This is why I chose this video by Immortal Technique. He talks about my greatest anxieties and passions about policy and advocacy.”


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This blog is an effort of passion and commitment, created for the students of CD 479: Policy Analysis and Advocacy, a senior capstone course of the Child Development Department at Humboldt State University.
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One Response to The Poverty of Philosophy

  1. I love this! I am so inspired by its honesty and passion. Thank you, Talisa, for sharing!!

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