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President Franklin Delano Roosvelt's 1944 second U.S. Bill of Rights, a U.S. Economic Bill of Rights.
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CLEAN AIR
 
CLEAN AIR
  
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BASIC PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTHCARE
 
BASIC PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTHCARE
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FREE URBAN TRANSIT
  
 
LAND USE COMMONS
 
LAND USE COMMONS
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* 10% of the market value of all single-family homes built and/or 25% of the market value of all multi-family homes built will go directly toward units that minimal wage workers can afford to buy/rent
 
* 10% of the market value of all single-family homes built and/or 25% of the market value of all multi-family homes built will go directly toward units that minimal wage workers can afford to buy/rent
 
* for homes built on land not near public transit, tax that pays for free urban transit
 
* for homes built on land not near public transit, tax that pays for free urban transit
'''* recognize and remediate environmental racism--predominance of incinerators in black-brown neighborhoods''' *
 
* institute development policies that favor high density cities and REAL affordable housing tied to lowest wage earners (not "average" income) *
 
  
 
EDUCATION COMMONS
 
EDUCATION COMMONS
* schools to teach holistic thinking * [define holistics]
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* schools to teach per "7 generation" principles
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* business schools that receive public funding must teach "triple bottom line" principles
 
* establish public magnet schools that are horticultural academies that also care for public land & grow food
 
* establish public magnet schools that are horticultural academies that also care for public land & grow food
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:42, 28 May 2013

President Franklin Delano Roosvelt's 1944 second U.S. Bill of Rights, a U.S. Economic Bill of Rights.

CLEAN AIR

CLEAN WATER

HEALTHY FOOD

BASIC SHELTER

  • free dormitories in urban environments
  • free resident-managed dormitories in urban environments

BASIC PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTHCARE

FREE URBAN TRANSIT

LAND USE COMMONS

  • at least 50% of rooftops must be set aside for public gardens, wind turbines, solar
  • at least 10% of all the acreage of land used for new multi-family housing has to be "set aside" for public commons, either in cash donation to land purchase funds, or actual land itself
  • at least 10% of all public lands must be available for farming & community gardens
  • at least 5% of all public lands must be available for camping/gatherings
  • 10% of the market value of all single-family homes built and/or 25% of the market value of all multi-family homes built will go directly toward units that minimal wage workers can afford to buy/rent
  • for homes built on land not near public transit, tax that pays for free urban transit

EDUCATION COMMONS

  • schools to teach per "7 generation" principles
  • business schools that receive public funding must teach "triple bottom line" principles
  • establish public magnet schools that are horticultural academies that also care for public land & grow food

[Back to main List of Goals page]