Rachel Maddow exhibits how one particular person could make the distinction

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow showed that even one person can make a difference in these big, chaotic, and sometimes scary times.

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#Maddow on how one person can make a difference: “If you look around there are always these cases that we now need to report and learn about people finding a way, a way to get to them, to take them on, on to make a difference on an individual human level.” pic.twitter.com/6q8EU6sEpZ

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Maddow said: “They take big, overwhelming, scary situations and we’re right in the middle of a lot of them in this news cycle. What are you doing about it? Now, if you look around, there are always these cases that we are reporting and that we need to learn from now, how humans find a way, a way to get to them, to address them, to make a difference on an individual human level. It may feel small, but it’s really the only way with all this stuff. Whether you’re a senator, an activist, or just a random citizen. This is the only way.”

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Rachel Maddow was right. Whether it’s a person in Russia protesting the invasion of Ukraine or a state legislator working to stop an anti-trans law, one committed person can make a world of difference.

The great thing about a person who stands up is that they often inspire others to join them. One person can easily become ten people. Ten people can become hundreds and hundreds can become thousands. Real change starts with a person standing up.

At a time when so much injustice and democracy is under attack, everyone can make a difference by standing up and speaking out.

Jason is the managing editor. He is also a White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.

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Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association

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