Voter registration non-profit HeadCount was onsite and hard at work getting music lovers both young and old involved in our country’s democratic system.
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.
Actress Kerry Washington are optimistic that Democrats will soon make automatic voter registration a reality in the Empire State.
Billie Eilish is teaming up with Head Count, a non-partisan organization working with musicians to get people registered to vote.
Chopra is a goodwill ambassador for the UN children’s agency. She spoke with Associated Press after visiting a school for refugees from neighboring Sudan.
To identify the effects of televised political comedy on the 2016 presidential election, we leverage the change in hosts of two popular shows.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey, whose opinions can get millions of fans to try a new diet or turn a book into an international best-seller.
A Ugandan pop singer and lawmaker seeking to challenge veteran President Yoweri at the next election said on Tuesday he had been placed under house arrest.
Stars from Ben Affleck and Susan Sarandon to Anna Wintour and Willie Nelson, celebrities lined up to donate to their favorite Dem presidential candidates.
The 43-year-old actress and U.N. special envoy tells People magazine “never say never!” However, Jolie says she’s “looking to others for leadership.”
Dubai finds itself entangled in sex abuse case against American R&B singer R. Kelly after he asked a U.S. judge to allow him to come to sheikhdom to perform