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When We All Vote

We’re shaping the promise of our democracy through voter registration and participation. Because #WhenWeAllVote, we can change the world.

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If you’re participating in an in-person National Day of Service event, it’s important to keep your community safe by wearing a mask at all times and keeping your distance at all events. 😷 💖

🎨: @IntoActionUS

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On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, people across the country are taking action and participating in a COVID-safe National Day of Service. ✊🏽✊🏿✊🏼

Mask up and find a National Day of Service event in your community or participate virtually. 👇

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We’re wishing our co-chair @MichelleObama a happy birthday! 🎉 🎁

Celebrate Michelle Obama’s birthday with us by sharing how you’re making a positive difference on Monday’s Day of Service:

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The people have voted and their will will prevail.

In four days, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in as the next President and Vice President of the United States.

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Virginia wants to make it EASIER for people to vote??? SAY LESS ✋😌

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Happy Founders' Day to the Fine Women of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated!

Not only was 2020 their centennial year, it was a year they led with excellence to help make record voter turnout happen. 🤍 💙

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It’s a beautiful day to celebrate Georgia’s historic voter turnout AND the leadership of Black women who have been organizing their communities for years to make this voter turnout possible. ✨

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Happy Founders’ Day to the Ladies of @akasorority1908 and it's a #SeriousMatter! In sisterhood and service, they have galvanized their international influence to ensure that their community and members turned out to the polls.

And that's on 1908! 💗💚

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As we continue the work of building a stronger and more inclusive democracy, it is important to remember to take care of ourselves and our health.

This weekend, we hope you find the time to rest, reflect, and recharge.

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Replying to @ItsOnUs: Our #EngagingMen series continues next week.

Tuesday @ 2pm ET: Supporting Male Survivors panel moderated by @zeke_thomas.


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Our #EngagingMen series continues next week.

Tuesday @ 2pm ET: Supporting Male Survivors panel moderated by @zeke_thomas.

Thursday @ 2pm ET: Sexual Assault Prevention in Athletics featuring @RealKyleRichard + @WashingtonNFL's @jacsw3.

Please join us!

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On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, we are reminded that long-term and sustainable change is only possible when we use our voices to advocate for ourselves and our communities every single day.

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Long-term change happens when we organize, vote, and hold our elected officials accountable.

Every. Single. Day.

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Our elected officials have a duty to respect the will of the people at the ballot box AND in the halls of power.

One way to keep making your voice heard is to call your senator to let them know how you want them to vote on issues important to you: (202) 224-3121

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84% of young people ages 18-29 recognize the work to improve their communities goes beyond elections and voting.

We’ve seen our nation’s youth lead their communities, and they have the potential to guide us towards a stronger and inclusive democracy. 💪🏾💪🏿💪🏽

📊: @CivicYouth

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Did your Member of Congress vote to represent your values during yesterday’s impeachment vote?

If not, call Congress to let them know we are here to hold them accountable: (202) 224-3121

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In the face of unprecedented challenges, our country’s nonpartisan election officials helped over 160 million Americans vote in this election cycle.

Thank you to each person who dedicated time and energy to make sure our votes were counted and our voices were heard. ✨

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The House of Representatives has voted to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time in his presidency.

Here’s what will come next. 👇

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Georgia’s unprecedented voter turnout this cycle was possible because of the leadership of women of color—especially Black women—who have been organizing their communities for years. 💪🏾 💪🏿 💪🏽

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We registered.

We mobilized.

We voted.

We changed the culture around voting.

And we’re just getting started. ✊🏽✊🏿✊🏻

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