Why is this Seattle TV station's hour-long documentary important?
Because it could spread here. Maybe it's already here.
Watch this KOMO-TV program. The title is "Seattle is dying?"
Yes, it's an hour long. Gather your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and spend one hour together. Then get busy and actually do something about saving your neighborhood, your town, your city, your state, your country.
The problem is not solved by looking the other way. It's not solved by assigning fancy names. It is solved by Decision, Commitment and Action.
Every family, student, teacher, administrator, parent, voter, community member should watch this and find out how to DO something about this nationwide problem. It's not just Seattle. Or San Francisco. Or Los Angeles. It's everywhere.
Hold your elected representatives accountable. If they won't fix the problem, vote them out!
Stick with the documentary and learn what is happening in the tiny state of Rhode Island.
The answers? Enforcement and Intervention.
Watch the documentary. Then post your reaction below in the Comments.
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