1964 The federal Civil Rights Act is passed to ensure that all men and women age 21 and older, regardless of race, religion, or education, have the right to vote. This year more than ever as Americans we must exercise that right.
FOCUS YOUR VOICE
Voting is a way to focus your voice, so even after you have spoken, what you have done will designate in the future.
Sean John is taking an intentional approach to motivate our community to take action on the local and national levels by highlighting the stories and proles of everyday men and women that are directly impacted and by providing up-to-the minute information so that you can make an educated decision.
MAKE GOOD TROUBLE
Fear not the powers that stand in the way of necessary work and leadership. History speaks of those who did, not those who could have done. Make history, make the ancestors proud, make good trouble.
Grammy Award winning Art Director and founder of Slang Inc., a full-service design studio. He recently launched The Supremacy Project addressing the systemic oppression and violence our communities are fighting to end through art.
“What changes can we make as people who are here now for the future.
Voting to me means change, voting to me means that we do have a voice, voting to me
means that you have an opportunity to make some sort of a difference in this world.”
“Voting for me is about celebrating and uplifting all the work that my ancestors did”
REFUSE TO GIVE UP
Sean John recognizes that change begins on the local level and that our voices matter. The fight doesn’t stop on Nov. 3, we have to continue to be heard throughout the year. To learn more about how you can be pro-active in your community.