A weekend of activism has buoyed my spirits. A quick look at why, even though the results of the election aren’t in, I’m feeling good.
There are so many major news stories fighting for our attention and activism right now. It’s easy to feel scattershot. The answer is to focus.
Everyone loves to see good polls for their favorite political candidates, but sharing them can be tricky. Good news like that can actually depress activism. And 29 days before Election Day, that would be very bad.
Amplifying Trump’s incendiary comments about the validity of the election could erode people’s trust in the election, so we must avoid giving his ideas more oxygen. This is what we should be doing instead.
Are you feeling increasingly nervous about the presidential election? There are lots of reasons why you might be feeling this way, and truth be told, some nervousness had set in with me, too. After all, messages like “the race is… Read More ›
If last week made one thing clear, it’s just how lazy and pointless the Republican party is. As we all waited for Joe Biden to announce who he was choosing to run with on the ticket as Vice President, I… Read More ›
How did you feel when you heard that Trump had suggested delaying the election last week? Outraged? Scared? Angry? I certainly saw all of these things in articles, opinion pieces, on social media, and in conversations. And people talked and… Read More ›
With only 100 days left to Election Day, let’s take a moment to reflect on this moment.
How can we pay tribute to John Lewis? By practicing activism.