Vote for Them

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Courageous Conversation Global Foundation
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    Whether by deadly police brutality or voter suppression, the Black vote is being taken away. So, to fight against this problem, we partnered with Courageous Conversation Global Foundation to create, “Vote For Them,” a campaign focused on energizing voters and reminding them that they're voting not just for an elected official, but also for policies that affect people’s lives - policies that impact BIPOC's lives the most, such as excessive-force laws, felony disenfranchisement and de-escalation training for police officers.

    The campaign reimagines election signs by replacing the names of politicians with the names of victims of police brutality, offering a powerful reminder that we aren’t just voting for a candidate; we are voting for all those who can’t. The lawn signs can be seen in front yards across the country and are available at VoteforThem2020.com. Also, head to Instagram and visit @VoteForThem2020 to learn more about the issues. Vote.
     

    Released: October 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Courageous Conversation Global Foundation
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    Whether by deadly police brutality or voter suppression, the Black vote is being taken away. So, to fight against this problem, we partnered with Courageous Conversation Global Foundation to create, “Vote For Them,” a campaign focused on energizing voters and reminding them that they're voting not just for an elected official, but also for policies that affect people’s lives - policies that impact BIPOC's lives the most, such as excessive-force laws, felony disenfranchisement and de-escalation training for police officers.

    The campaign reimagines election signs by replacing the names of politicians with the names of victims of police brutality, offering a powerful reminder that we aren’t just voting for a candidate; we are voting for all those who can’t. The lawn signs can be seen in front yards across the country and are available at VoteforThem2020.com. Also, head to Instagram and visit @VoteForThem2020 to learn more about the issues. Vote.

     

    Released: October 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Courageous Conversation Global Foundation
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    Whether by deadly police brutality or voter suppression, the Black vote is being taken away. So, to fight against this problem, we partnered with Courageous Conversation Global Foundation to create, “Vote For Them,” a campaign focused on energizing voters and reminding them that they're voting not just for an elected official, but also for policies that affect people’s lives - policies that impact BIPOC's lives the most, such as excessive-force laws, felony disenfranchisement and de-escalation training for police officers. 

    The campaign reimagines election signs by replacing the names of politicians with the names of victims of police brutality, offering a powerful reminder that we aren’t just voting for a candidate; we are voting for all those who can’t. The lawn signs can be seen in front yards across the country and are available at VoteforThem2020.com. Also, head to Instagram and visit @VoteForThem2020 to learn more about the issues. Vote. 

    Released: October 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Courageous Conversation Global Foundation
  • Vote for Them

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    Prev Next

    Whether by deadly police brutality or voter suppression, the Black vote is being taken away. So, to fight against this problem, we partnered with Courageous Conversation Global Foundation to create, “Vote For Them,” a campaign focused on energizing voters and reminding them that they're voting not just for an elected official, but also for policies that affect people’s lives - policies that impact BIPOC's lives the most, such as excessive-force laws, felony disenfranchisement and de-escalation training for police officers. 

    The campaign reimagines election signs by replacing the names of politicians with the names of victims of police brutality, offering a powerful reminder that we aren’t just voting for a candidate; we are voting for all those who can’t. The lawn signs can be seen in front yards across the country and are available at VoteforThem2020.com. Also, head to Instagram and visit @VoteForThem2020 to learn more about the issues. Vote. 

    Released: October 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Courageous Conversation Global Foundation