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Nathaniel Mulcahy is an activist, environmentalist, humanitarian, inventor, and former schoolteacher turned to politics to fight for those the establishment ignores or has forgotten. As an engineer he rose to the position of Director of R&D for Emerson corporation before leaving the corporate world and establishing a Humanitarian Engineering company called WorldStove. WorldStoveโ€™s focus has, for over 20 years, been a twofold mission of humanitarian aid and the creation and implementation environmental solutions and policies. Twelve years ago, WorldStove became the first company in the world to be certified as carbon negative.
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Mulcahy for State Rep
Mulcahy for State Rep
Nex Benedict, was a 16 year old 2 Spirit non-binary child of Chahta (Choctaw) heritage living in Owasso, Oklahoma. They admired nature and had a devoted love of cats, especially their cat, Zeus. They were a student and an avid rock music listener. They loved The Walking Dead and video games like Ark and Minecraft. They were a gifted artist who enjoyed drawing, reading, and conjuring up their own cooking recipes. They were warm, kind, and "always searched for the best in people". They were all of these things and more. They were going some place, they were so free.Nex had a light in them that was so big, they had so many dreams. I want their light to keep shining for everyone. That light was so big and bright and beautiful, and want everyone to remember Nex that way"- Ms. Benedict (The Independent) Today, I think about Nex Benedict as have thought about Ariyanna Mitchell, Brianna Ghey, F.C. Martinez, and so many of the other 2spirit, Trans, and gender non-conforming children stolen by violence.
Mulcahy for State Rep
Mulcahy for State Rep
don't look away
Mulcahy for State Rep
Dr Andy Ferguson spent two weeks working as a doctor in Gaza, at the European Hospital in Khan Younis, helping treat people with severe trauma wounds from bo...
Mulcahy for State Rep
Mulcahy for State Rep
I can't stop watching or thinking about the subtle and amazing courage interwoven in this extraordinary video

https://www.instagram.com/p/C2bp-bRoxgt/
Mulcahy for State Rep
Mulcahy for State Rep
MLK day 2024

In 1963 the man we honor today spoke of the need for equality for people of color, before a crowd of 200,000 in DC and it changed the course of history forever and for the better.

Two days ago, also in DC. 450,000 gathered and called again for equality for Palestinians. I feel strongly that we are once again at a fork in the road of history and the course the world shall take will depend on us and whether or not we heed the call.

The future of not just our nation but the world depends on this.
for as Martin Luther King Jr. noted โ€œ๐๐จ ๐จ๐ง๐ž ๐ข๐ฌ ๐Ÿ๐ซ๐ž๐ž ๐ฎ๐ง๐ญ๐ข๐ฅ ๐ฐ๐ž ๐š๐ซ๐ž ๐š๐ฅ๐ฅ ๐Ÿ๐ซ๐ž๐ž.โ€
Mulcahy for State Rep
Mulcahy for State Rep
The Airstrikes on Yemen are Unconscionable.

If President Biden had time to assemble a multilateral coalition to conduct airstrikes he had time to follow the Constitution and seek Congress' approval. The US was under no immediate threat and by attacking Yemen they chose a violent solution to what was a bloodless attempt by Yemen to stop a genocide. If it was critical to resume shipping in the Red Sea, all that was needed was for the US to demand a ceasefire so that food, water and medicine could reach those in need in Gaza and thus prevent a genocide by willful statvation and thirst. To put the gravity of the current situation into perspective we need to note that at this point 80% of the world's population that are at risk of imminent starvation are located in Gaza. Hundreds of trucks with critically needed supplies have been blocked for months at the Rafah crossing and aid organizations, that I have the honor of working with, who are lucky enough to get a few supplies into Gaza, say distribution, with the constant airstrikes taking place, is nearly impossible and often fatal for aid workers. It is unconscionable that when 2.3 million people are at risk that President Biden should decide that it was better to violate the Constitution, bypass Congress and put the world at risk of a large-scale war rather than provide help to a vulnerable population in need.

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Mulcahy for State Rep
Mulcahy for State Rep
I'm relieved the @UN Security Council finally passed a resolution to allow aid for Gaza. That the first deaths by starvation have already occured while 50,000 aid trucks were prevented from entering is unconscionable, that the US abstained is unforgivable.

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