American democracy envisions ballot access but voting rights, especially African-American, remain gutted, requiring more activism for congress to act.
Celebrity Politics articles on Democracy Chronicles
This is our collection of Celebrity Politics articles. In the democratic world where popular artists and other thinkers are free to criticize government, celebrities have often gone into politics. Celebrities represent a pool of potential political candidates who are usually self-made individuals and, at the very least, not related to previous politicians. Also see Political Art.
LeBron James’s significant 2020 political campaign pushes for voter registration, fights voter suppression and call-outs voting restrictions for minorities.
A voter initiative led by Michelle Obama announced support Monday for making it easier for people to register to vote and cast ballots during coronavirus.
Greta Thunberg has been recognized as a great inspiration by almost all political camps in the West. However, her opinions have been met with total silence.
Former Vice President Al Gore launched a new youth voter turnout initiative Houston Wednesday, urging students to help fight climate change by voting.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama leads the pack in a series of throwback prom photos to encourage voter registration among young people.
Clinton’s most prominent return to the public eye has come at the Sundance Film Festival, where she unveiled a four-hour documentary series, “Hillary.”
Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams will release a new book on voting rights in 2020, her publisher, Henry and Holt, confirmed Tuesday
Together with Kitsch and When We All Vote, stylist Justine Marjan has launched a “vote” bobby pin, donating all proceeds to help increase voter turnout.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, David Byrne, is promoting getting out the vote during his Broadway production “American Utopia”.