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You can fill out the Census by phone, by mail, or online at my2020census.gov this time around! You’ll receive an invitation in the mail by April 1st with detailed information about how to respond. Be sure to count everyone, elders, babies, and your spouse. We need to ensure the government is funding our communities to provide the right resources. #RockTheVote #Census2020
We're wrapping up our "I Vote Because" series with @anticsperformance and @vision.paradox and thanking the powerful young folks @amanadalacount, @shantismira, @mintahpants, and @dushaunofficial for that participating in getting a strong message out. Head to our IGTV now to catch up on different dancing videos mixed in with the voices of the generation leading us in voting, activism, and art. #RockTheVote
There are still elections happening in #Arizona, #Florida, and #Illinois today! If you are unsure how and where to vote, or what’s on your ballot, we’re here to help, a few links in our bio can get you there. #OhioPrimary has been suspended and there is no in-person voting today, for real-time updates please check with your local official. Wash your hands and make your voice heard, Rock The Vote.
Jasilyn Charger (@JasilynCharger) is a Lakota Sioux climate change activist from Cheyenne River Reservation located in Eagle Butte, South Dakota. She was one of the first people to set up camp at Standing Rock. She raised awareness about the Dakota Access Pipeline by staging a 2,000 mile run from ND to DC. Thank you for your dedication to climate change, young people making their voice heard is what can move this country forward! #WomensHistoryMonth
Many questions have arisen on the safety of voting in upcoming elections. If you live in #Georgia or #Louisiana, your Presidential Primary elections have moved to later this year. This gives you more time to head to rockthevote.org to learn your ballot and find a polling location near you. Continue to wash your hands and stay away from large crowds. #RockTheVote
Protecting and uplifting each other with helpful resources and accurate information is the healthiest way to combat this Coronavirus pandemic. Wash your hands, and stay inside. 🎨: @monachalabi
Ericka Hart has helped change the face of sexual health education for children and adolescents with innovative programs that promote frank talk about sexuality across race and gender orientation. A breast cancer survivor by age 29, they advocates access to resources that will equalize treatment of breast cancer for black women, including better access to screenings, timely diagnoses, and state-of-the art treatment. Hart’s work stands at the intersection of some of the most pressing social issues today: healthcare, racism, genderism, and ableism.
With young people comprising nearly 40% of the U.S. electorate, it’s critical that we invest in young voters! That’s why #RockTheVote is doing everything in our power to reach, educate, and uplift young voters with trusted and current information that empowers them to cast a ballot and recruit their friends to vote. Join us in vote tripling by clicking the link in our bio.
#WomensHistoryMonth is about educating young people about our leaders today doing work in grassroots organizations. LaTosha Brown co-cofounded the @BlackVotersMatter Fund, which works to increase voter registration and turnout, advocates for the expansion of voting rights/access, and policies that intersect with race, gender, economic and other aspects of equity. We work beside them to strengthen communities across the nation! Thank you for your dedication to increasing voter education in Black and brown communities.
We're getting closer to Census Day on April 1st, and today your census forms officially were mailed out to you! Please note, those living in group quarters like homeless shelters, college dorms, and senior centers will be visited by a Census taker or the administrators of those areas in either March or April. This information does not apply to college students living off-campus – you will fill out the Census yourself. Your family matters, and they count! Learn how to fill out the census: #LinkInBio #EveryoneCounts #Census2020
Are you ready to bring your friends to the polls? 🕺🏽 Sign up to be reminded about vote tripling! We're asking you to bring three friends with you to the polls to strengthen our vote and hold each other accountable. Click the link in our bio to get started! 📸: @brownissues
Arekia Bennett is the executive director of @MSVOTES, which aims to encourage voter registration and participation among young voters across Mississippi. Under her leadership, the organization has explored the ways that technology can be strategically used to keep young people engaged and also dispell stereotypes that young voters don't care. We love this level of leadership in the voting community! Thank you for your dedication. #WomensHistoryMonth
and first-time voters is crucial to us. Shantel (@shantismira) shows the importance of making your voice heard through dancing and standing up for those that don't have equal rights. "I am a brown woman; I would like there to be a place where brown and black children get treated equally." What we're are fighting for today will also help our future generations. Voting now helps beyond just today. Get out there and do your part! Happy #WomensHistoryMonth 📹: @anticsperformance & @Vision.paradox
Tomorrow there are a few elections happening in selected states! If you live in: #Mississippi #Missouri #Idaho #Michigan #Washington #NorthDakota #Arizona (local election) #NewHampshire #Minnesota Grab your crew and bring them to the polls, but don't forget to wash your hands.☝🏽#RockTheVote 🖼: @ctznwell @ryan_lemere
Happy International Women’s Day! Today is about empowering women across the world and uplifting their vote! Text the word INTERMIX to 788-683 to register to vote. 🎨: @jess_magoo
Why are some decisionmakers trying to make it more difficult for us to vote? Because they want to silence us. They want to block us. They want to deny us. They want to suppress us. But we still show up! Join the fight to end voter suppression with @civilrightsorg at AndStillIVote.org #ANDSTILLIVOTE
Stacey Abrams is a voting rights superhero! ✨✨ . . . She served in the Georgia House of Representatives from 2006-2017, and served as minority leader from 2011-2017. She was the Democratic Georgia gubernatorial nominee in 2018, but she lost the election without conceding. Many folks attribute her loss to various voter suppression tactics employed by her rival, and ever since then, Abrams has focused her efforts on voting rights and fighting suppression tactics. She created the initiative @FairFightaction, which promotes fair elections and educates voters on their rights. #WomensHistoryMonth
as thousands of young people headed to the polls today to make their voice heard for the very first time. "I vote because I think my opinion matters and it does.. because being a woman we didn't always have that opportunity. I vote because my voice matters." Women together can create art out of any and everything, @Amandalacount shows her art through dancing and advocacy. We love to see it, Happy Women's History Month! 📹: @anticsperformance & @Vision.paradox
🗣🗳STAY IN LINE!🗣🗳 Yes, the lines are long, and millions across the country are engaging in their civic duty! We are making democracy proud the more we show up and make our voices heard. You can still call the @866OURVOTE Election Protection hotline (866-687-8683) for assistance. #ProtectTheVote #StayInLine
Don't take no for an answer or be turned away at the polls! Call 1-866- OUR-VOTE for election help on #SuperTuesday.
🚨Don't forget! 🚨 In these states, you can still head to the polls and register to vote on the spot! You are not too late to join our voting party, find your polling location and you ballot help: https://voterguide.rockthevote.org/ Then head to polls for #SuperTuesday!
Who are you bringing with you to the polls? 🙌🏽🗳 Voter guide link in bio! 🎨: @jenzeanodesigns
Our helpful Voter Guide is live! If you are looking to navigate your ballot based on issues you are fighting for, we've got the tool just for you: https://voterguide.rockthevote.org/ Get ready to vote for #SuperTuesday, share to help others in need. 👏🏽👏🏽
Today, 14 states will head to the polls and cast their ballot for #SuperTuesday: California Texas North Carolina Virginia Massachusetts Minnesota Colorado Tennessee Alabama Oklahoma Arkansas Utah Maine Vermont Check out our ballot look up tool: voterguide.rockthevote.org
We are just ONE day away from #SuperTuesday. Did you know these states all have same-day registration available? Encourage others to show up at the polls tomorrow and get involved, reshare to your story and spread the word to hop in line! Learn more about your state by clicking the Voting Information link in our bio.
showing his love dance for using his voice through his art form. "It doesn't matter who you are... you can vote. You have the right to step in there and make a decision." Young people across the world are showing their love for a better future through many different forms of art; ours is through dancing. Watch the full clip and see how you can help influence others to vote in 2020! Video by: @anticsperformance & @vision.paradox
We are one week away from #SuperTuesday on March 3rd! If you live in #Alabama, #Arkansas, #California, #Colorado, #DemocratsAbroad #Maine, #Massachusetts, #Minnesota, #NorthCarolina, #Oklahoma, #Tennessee, #Texas, #Utah, #Vermont, #Virginia & #AmericanSamoa head to the link in our bio to start finding your polling location, ballot help and more. Let's #RockTheVote.
Alicia Garza (@chasinggarza) is a phenomenal woman! Co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Alicia fights for Black lives in more ways than one. She has a long list of leadership positions and accomplishments, such as creating The Movement For Black Lives, serving as director of People Organized to Win Employment Rights, serving on the board of directors for Forward Together's Oakland Branch, creating the Black Census Project, and more. Thank you for actively creating Black History for us today that will go in history books to come! #BlackHistoryMonth
We're on a mission to get as many young people in LA registered before the March 3rd primary as part of their @LA2050 grant challenge efforts. Join us at DemocracyClass.org!
Esmeralda Simmons has worked in civil rights and voting efforts for more than 35 years! . . She is a civil rights lawyer who has worked in the Department of Education, for a federal judge, and throughout New York state and local government. . . . In 1986, she opened the Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn (@clsj_mec)and still runs it today. The center offers free legal services to people facing voter suppression, police brutality, discrimination, and other issues. This is Black History in Voting rights. #BlackHistoryMonth
James Bevel was a minister and a leader of the Civil Rights Movement. Bevel helped with strategizing the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches, which contributed to the 1965 Voting Rights Act passage. He served as director of a collective of groups and organizations fighting for voting rights called the Selma Voting Rights Movement; he worked with MLKJ and other SCLC leaders. His story is a part of history in America. #BlackHistoryMonth #JamesBevel
Meet Aminah from Los Angeles, she's determined to use her dancing as a way to express her thoughts and help her peers understand the importance of voting. We spoke with some talented young dancers to highlight their motivation to get out the vote in the 2020 election. Join us every Tuesday as we hear from young people that are civically engaged and ready to join democracy. Watch this clip and share it with others to #RockTheVote for 2020! #IVoteBecause
Freedom Summer, also known as the Mississippi Summer Project, was a 1964 voter registration drive sponsored by civil rights organizations including the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE) and the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). . . . Aimed at increasing black voter registration in Mississippi, Freedom Summer workers included Black Mississippians and more than 1,000 out-of-state, predominately white volunteers. The KKK, police, and state and local authorities carried out a series of violent attacks against the activists, including arson, beatings, false arrest, and the murder of at least three people. . . cc: @blkmktvintage #BlackHistoryMonth #VotingsRights
Huge thank you to @bradybuzz for letting the #RockTheVote team join the special screening of #VoicesOfParkland last night. The film captured a new outlook on the trauma mass shootings bring to communities and why the work is the important. Congratulations @jeffvespa @tonyhawk @obeygiant on a great premiere!
This week marks 2 years since the shooting in Parkland — the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history. We’re proud to join @bradybuzz to register voters at the premiere of Voices of Parkland, a powerful new film that shares the stories of survivors. Ticket Link in bio!
#NewHampshire, today is your day to pick your Presidential primary choice! We've got everything you're looking for, Voter Requirements & Polling Place Finder are in our bio to help you out. Tag a friend and remind them to vote today.
2020 is the year to get familiar with not only who is on your ballot, but what these positions mean! This explainer song delivered by @yellopain breaks our systems down for us all to digest and apply to this election year. Check it out and watch the full video by clicking the link in their bio.
An activist that is creating history and changing the law one day a time! We're sending flowers to #BryanStevenson this #BlackHistoryMonth and thanking him for his dedication to the work of the people. “If You Don’t Want To Vote For Yourself, Vote For Them. Vote For The Marginalized” - Bryan Stevenson
Next month we'll be joining @adweek at the Challenger Brands Summit, March 4-5 in New York City. Use code: MYGUEST20 for 20% off at adweek.com/challengerbrands