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Can You Vote Your Way to Change?

Written by on October 15, 2020

Silence is Not an Option

Can You Vote Your Way to Change?

If injustice occurs in America no matter who is leading the country, is voting really as powerful as we say it is? Election day is so close, yet not everyone is convinced that voting will lead to meaningful progress. Activist Daud Mumin argues that we need more than just incremental change. And Don speaks with Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown about whether elections are our most effective tool.

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