Real change can happen when we come together to vote, organize, march, and simply care for one another.  

Vote for the local and state candidates who support the issues you believe in. Vote for the ballot amendments relevant to your life. Vote for your community, your family, your friends, for clean air and water, for control over your body, for the right to be who you are and love who you love, for affordable healthcare and education, for love over hate. 

“Voting is an act of the resistance, standing beside all the other actions that are being taken right now to voice people’s opinions on what’s happening and that they’re not going to stand for it.”

Tova Wang

Democracy Visiting Fellow AY 2019-2021, Harvard Kennedy School