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Bloggers To Brave Non-organic Food & Truck Stops In the Name Of Activism

A group of Californian blogger/activists is boarding a "BlogMobile" today in Los Angeles en route to next weekend's "One Nation Working Together" rally on the National Mall in Washington, DC. From the group's website:
The One Nation Working Together Blog Mobile is an RV filled with 7 Californians (plus CA 2 drivers) who are driving across the country in to [sic] Washington, DC — stopping along the way to interview and tell the stories of Americans from different walks of life, highlighting the hopes, struggles and experiences that unite us.

The trip will run from Sept. 25 – Oct. 2nd, 2010 — and will culminate when the RV pulls up to to participate in the One Nation Working Together’s Oct. 2 March on Washington, DC.

They'll stop in seven cities on the way to Washington, DC. These cities are Riverside, California; Phoenix; Albuquerque; Oklahoma City; Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Atlanta, Georgia; and Charlotte, North Carolina. In between, they'll complain that their connection to the Internet keeps dropping.

You can follow their trip here and on Facebook. For more information about next weekend's "One Nation Working Together" rally on the National Mall, click here.


  1. How about planning on organic food delivered to every doors? What ya think? Just asking.

  2. Not a bad idea, given hunger statistics and the price of most organic food. You should check out for hunger statistics if you get a chance. They are eye-opening.

    Thanks for your comment.


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