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The Cazenovia Community Supports Black Lives Matter
Black Lives Matter Foundation
Black Lives Matter
"#BlackLivesMatter was founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer. Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc is a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes."
If you're interested in the Black Lives Matter movement, go to the official Black Lives Matter website to learn all about their initiatives, sign up for their email list, and support their work.
Black Lives Matter Presents: What Matters
"What Matters combines documentary narrative with interviews to illuminate specific, timely issues, aiming to create safe dialogue to promote freedom, justice, and collective liberation. What Matters is a salve and a safe place where we can connect, learn, think freely, and transform the world."
Click on the icon to read a description of the episode. Available in video and podcast.
A Growing List of Resources In Support of the Black Lives Matter Movement
Why Voting Matters
In a democratic society, voting is one of the most powerful tools we have as Americans to enact the changes we want to see. Results of the United States Census also determine outcomes that directly impact our lives, like government funding and representation. It's vital to our democracy that we all participate in both activities.
Check with your home state's election office for guidance on registering, applying for an absentee ballot, or voting early. For more information, you can go to:
Action for Better Citizens
This website has tools that make it easy for college educators to take non-partisan actions encouraging students to register to vote. Download their Letter to Educators
to urge your colleagues to encourage their students to vote
Black Lives Matter Voter Registration
Voter registration tool created by Black Lives Matter and Rock the Vote.
New York State Board of Elections
Online voter registration, absentee ballot application, polling places and dates, and other information for residents of New York State.
Student Voting FAQs
Information on how to vote while going to college away from home, presented by the Campus Vote Project.
Created by Democracy Works, Turbo Vote helps you register, request absentee ballots, and keep track of election deadlines and where to vote.
Voter ID Information
Created by Vote Riders, this website provides voter ID rules, state-by-state, plus voter ID assistance so that every American can cast a ballot.
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