Because we voted in 2020 we have the first vice president of color, the first Black woman on the U.S. Supreme Court, and student debt canceled for millions of Black borrowers. This November, let's do it again. When we work together, the power of Black votes is undeniable and unmatched. We have the opportunity to protect our communities by electing diverse governors, senators, and political representation up and down the ballot
The stakes are high. Some elected officials at the local, state, and national level are rolling back rights that we thought were fundamental. They're incarcerating women who have abortions, making it harder for communities of color to vote, banning books about diversity from schools, and making weapons of war more accessible to wreak havoc on our communities.
Use the toolkit below to mobilize voters and amplify the Black community's voice in the upcoming elections.