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#Google says I’m making a difference, so it must be true. 😁 Don’t be scared to stand up for yourself if you feel you’re being wronged. You never know how many other people are going through the same #Struggle, praying to #God someone would speak up to break the cycle.

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#DepartmentOfHumanServices – Conner Center | They are denying #Eligible people #StateBenefits; and making it difficult to contact, #Neglecting #Consumers, #Violating their #Rights to even #Appeal. #Detroit MI – Disruptive Fine Art https://danielbrummitt.com/2019/12/11/departmentofhumanservices-conner-center-they-are-denying-eligible-people-statebenefits-and-making-it-difficult-to-contact-neglecting-consumers-violating-their-rights-to-even-appeal-de/ The reviews on google say it all. Honestly, it’s that bad. The Conner Center – Department of Human Services completely degrades the poor. It seems that they like to play games, and confuse beneficiaries in attempt to get a rise out of them. It’s very disturbing how they are managing this location… Borderline psychological abuse, not to mention gross negligence. Regardless of what your political views or affiliations are, tax money goes to beneficiaries based on income, nothing else. A beneficiaries situation is no one’s business but their own. Trust me, the IRS knows everything. No one seeking assistance at the welfare office is cheating the system, they are there because they’re poor and need help. They are often single mothers who have dependents. Would you rather everyone just get abortions?.. Because that costs money too!! Instead of blaming the poor, understand that the current system is designed to make it extra difficult to receive benefits. So by the time someone gets their money, they feel trapped, and can even face imprisonment for filling paperwork wrong. Not many millennials work 9-5’s anymore, so filing tax stubs makes zero sense in the digital age. What I’m proposing is a procurement that eliminates the need for case workers period. I notice there’s a lot of biasness and red tape, lots of games that won’t be played anymore, if a robot replaces their jobs due to gross negligence. – #TechForGood

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