The America I believe in

I saw something beautiful on the streets of Oakland.

People of every age and color fashioned benches out of plastic crates and wooden boards and transformed the empty sidewalk in front of an old industrial facility into a communal feast.

That’s the America I believe in.

Complement with Omar El Akkad’s recipe for avoiding American ruin and my Google Talk about economic inequality and the future extrapolated in Cumulus.

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