The Week That Was

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This week’s featured artist is Joanne Streeck. Joanne told us this about herself: “Like so many others, I was shocked and disgusted when Donald Trump won the election in 2016. I turned my outrage into social media activism by reactivating my dormant twitter account. As a result of meeting other like-minded people working for change, I started creating graphics to support Democrats running for office in the midterm election.” Here at DemCast USA we just know that we love her work!

Joanne’s images express her thoughts on COVID-19 and the vaccine, President Biden’s requirement of masks for federal workers, the January 6 insurrection hearing and the Tokyo Olympics. Please enjoy this week’s issue of the Week That Was.


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DemCast is an advocacy-based 501(c)4 nonprofit. We have made the decision to build a media site free of outside influence. There are no ads. We do not get paid for clicks, but are sustained solely on donations from grassroots supporters. Because our revenue isn’t click-driven, we don’t take in any direct revenue from the creative contributions of grassroots activists who post on the site. This sets us apart from other media sites. And we’re proud of that.

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