Seed the Vote aims to build connections and capacities that will last past November as it takes on the crucial fight to defeat Trump.
OrgUp Live in conversation with Thenjiwe McHarris, Maurice Mitchell from the Working Families Party, Cindy Wiesner, a volunteer with the Frontline, and NTanya Lee from LeftRoots.
Trump is the President who wishes to herald the re-emergence of the “white republic,”
The Working Families Party and Movement for Black Lives Electoral Justice Project launch a new effort for November and beyond.
Linh Dan says, “even though I am a first-time voter, I still have a lot of power, and it counts now more than ever!”
Imagine NBA stars as poll watchers insuring that Black voters can file into arenas unsuppressed by armed fascists.
Inviting this gun-brandishing couple to speak at the RNC is straight out of the Ku Klux Klan playbook in the era of Jim Crow.
Taking on voter suppression is one piece in a long-term project of building grassroots organization and political power.
Grassroots groups rooted in communities of color and low-income communities are rising up against efforts to suppress the vote.
Contending for political power on the state level, especially in the South, is critical for winning fights in the short and long term.