What Makes America Great

Education by David Hays

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"Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. This insight is at least four centuries old, formulated by philosopher Francis Bacon during the Enlightenment. Though we now head into a new Dark Age in which Republicans intend to unwind eight years of hard-fought social and economic progress, the statement has lost nothing in terms of relevance and significance: Knowledge is more powerful than ever (just look at how Russia's hacking and calculated misinformation campaigns rigged an archaic election process in favor of a corrupt demagogue) and education is the fundamental precondition for political development, democracy and social justice. It is my hope that our education system improves and fosters a new generation of egalitarian intellectuals that can save our country from the draconian policies and 'all for one, none for all' mentality of the GOP." -David

David Hays is a Project Director at Blizzard Entertainment, where he writes and directs video content. Prior to that, David worked with world-class ad agencies like TBWA Chiat Day, 72 & Sunny and Saatchi & Saatchi creating award-winning campaigns and brand experiences for Fortune 500 companies including Activision, Disney, Sony, ABC, Fox, Nintendo, Toyota, LucasArts and more. He also writes a blog about animation when he's not doting on his beautiful wife and daughter.

America is great. The things that make it great are unique to each and every one of us and deserve to be celebrated. Launched on Inauguration Day, this new grassroots collection, highlights the things that truly make America great. Proceeds support DreamCorps, a social justice accelerator founded by Van Jones that advances economic, environmental, and criminal justice solutions.

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