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Realize Every Purchase is A VoteEdit

Understand how and where the items we purchase were made—and the policies and behavior of the companies who make them. Every economic act has a ripple of consequences. Purchasing not just physical objects, but services and financial instruments, with this in mind helps to steer the economy accordingly.

Instead of: Making purchases without asking questions and thus providing an unanticipated vote of confidence to businesses that operate with (and lobby for) values we do not want to support.

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