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From the years 2000-2010, the US population increased by 9%, but Michigan’s population decreased by 0.44%, largest decrease in the nation. Here’s more interesting info about the last decade
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Last week there was a small meeting at Mozilla to discuss SOPA, the Internet Censorship Bill.

It was eerie.  The DC groups were practically screaming, “this bill is the worst we’ve ever seen and we can’t stop it” — while everyone else had barely heard of it.  The consensus?  We needed to wake people up.

Well, yesterday the Internet woke up.  *You* woke the internet up.

Check out these numbers and screenshots.

To everyone who wrote their rep, made calls, posted to Twitter and Facebooks — and especially to everyone who ran the modal and blacked out their logos, you are courageous and you made history yesterday.  You just took the first step to combine the web’s largest sites, its strongest communities, its staunchest defenders and billions of users into and unbeatable force for stopping censorship.

The scary part?  We still might lose.   Though growing fast, our coalition still isn’t strong enough.

The bill is backed by an unholy alliance of Hollywood, its unions, drug companies, and the Chamber of Commerce.  They are pouring money into it, and they’ve been working on this for years.   Yesterday, big players like Tumblr, Mozilla, Reddit, BoingBoing, and even 4chan came out strong on our side.  Now it’s your turn.  We’ve got to dig in and go viral.

Can you add a “Stop Censorship” message to your blog, Tumblr, Facebook, or Youtube pages?  Click here for the code.

If you ran “Stop Censorship” or the “Contact Congress” splash on your page yesterday, we humbly ask you to keep it running until this bill is dead, and to find more people who can.  We understand if you can’t, but the bill is just as bad as it was yesterday — so we’ve got to ask.

Click here to get the code to add to your page.  It’s easy.

Yesterday was amazing.  There will be more, we promise.

Homes Wilson 

Fight for the Future

AmericanCensorship.org

"Have more faith than fear."

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New design! “Peace In Detroit”, available now at www.civilunrestclothing.com. Put it on a tee, a hoodie, or something else ya like to wear!

New design! “Peace In Detroit”, available now at www.civilunrestclothing.com. Put it on a tee, a hoodie, or something else ya like to wear!

abaldwin360:

In a nutshell.

abaldwin360:

In a nutshell.

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Southfield, Michigan! Represent! #civilunrest #southfield #michigan #t-shirts

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New Stevie Yzerman design now available! #detroitredwings #hockeytown

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occupyonline:

BREAKING NEWS:  (11-02) 22:21 PDT OAKLAND — A car struck two Occupy Oakland protesters tonight as they marched with a crowd along Broadway, and an angry mob surrounded the car as emergency workers tended to the injured.
The driver, who was not identified, sat in his silver Mercedes-Benz sedan after the 7:30 p.m. incident while hundreds of people screamed at him through his closed windows.
Police arrived, questioned the driver and several witnesses, then let the driver leave the scene at 11th and Broadway in his car. Most of the officers on scene were BART police.
The two people who were injured, a man and a woman, appeared to be conscious and were taken to Highland Hospital. A spokesman there would not discuss their conditions.
As the driver left, many in the crowd yelled at him and at police, saying he should have stayed at the scene or been arrested.
“I don’t know why he was allowed to leave,” interim Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said later.
The incident happened when the driver was heading south on 11th and was blocked by streams of marchers walking along Broadway, witnesses said. He had a green light, but could not get through.
The driver “got frustrated and hit the gas,” said Nick Lucas, 25, of Berkeley. “He was getting pissed.”

E-mail the writers at mkuruvila@sfchronicle.com and kfagan@sfchronicle.com.

occupyonline:

BREAKING NEWS:  (11-02) 22:21 PDT OAKLAND — A car struck two Occupy Oakland protesters tonight as they marched with a crowd along Broadway, and an angry mob surrounded the car as emergency workers tended to the injured.

The driver, who was not identified, sat in his silver Mercedes-Benz sedan after the 7:30 p.m. incident while hundreds of people screamed at him through his closed windows.

Police arrived, questioned the driver and several witnesses, then let the driver leave the scene at 11th and Broadway in his car. Most of the officers on scene were BART police.

The two people who were injured, a man and a woman, appeared to be conscious and were taken to Highland Hospital. A spokesman there would not discuss their conditions.

As the driver left, many in the crowd yelled at him and at police, saying he should have stayed at the scene or been arrested.

“I don’t know why he was allowed to leave,” interim Oakland Police Chief Howard Jordan said later.

The incident happened when the driver was heading south on 11th and was blocked by streams of marchers walking along Broadway, witnesses said. He had a green light, but could not get through.

The driver “got frustrated and hit the gas,” said Nick Lucas, 25, of Berkeley. “He was getting pissed.”

E-mail the writers at mkuruvila@sfchronicle.com and kfagan@sfchronicle.com.

(via occupyonline)

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