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Guest Blog: What Does Juneteenth Mean for Jam Band Fans?
Malcolm Howard is a Black small business owner who has been seeing Phish and similar bands for more than 30 years. Adam Lioz is a White voting rights attorney who saw his first Grateful Dead show in 1991. Malcolm and Adam are founding Board members of Phans for Racial Equity. They look forward to seeing…Read More See More Stories
What will I be doing as a Leadership Academy Organizer?
At 20 field events in your local community or at concerts nearby, you will be serving your community by registering people to vote, answering voting questions and encouraging civic engagement. (We’ll help train you to be a voting expert.) You’ll be doing this by tabling at community events and/or concerts or maybe even running a…Read More See More Stories
State Legislation Affecting Trans Youth
Ever wonder if your vote impacts the community? Check out pending state legislation that directly impacts trans youth in 29 states across the country. What are most of these bills about? Whether trans youth can change the gender marker on their birth certificate – 2 states with bills Whether trans youth can access healthcare related…Read More See More Stories
Artists Celebrate Women’s History Month
We asked our community of artists to help us close out Women’s History Month by celebrating women that inspire them to be a voter & get engaged. Here’s what they had to say! Check it out & drop a 👏 on our Instagram post to let us know if you enjoyed our content celebrating &…Read More See More Stories
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