This Coder Made an Amazon Dash Button That Donates $5 to the ACLU

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Nathan Pryor, the founder of the Vancouver, Wash.-based design company HaHaBird, published a video and a Medium post on Tuesday that described why he put together an Amazon Dash button which donates $5 to the American Civil Liberties Union. He explained that he created it in reaction to the battle between the ACLU and the White House in concerns to President Trump’s immigration order, which has the country debating about Middle Eastern refugees and our country’s borders in unprecedented fashion.

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