Gathered here are external resources to further education on voting.
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June 1st, 2020 - President Obama writes an essay on, suggesting involvement in state and local elections, among other idea for cementing change spurred by 2020 BLM uprisings.

May 16th 2020 - Puerto Rico to vote in November on a nonbinding referendum over becoming a US State, ABC News.

May 6th, 2020 - Vote by Mail numbers from 2012, 2016 from which lessons specific to young voters can be learned.

March 13th, 2020 - The importance of Native voices on politics and the role of power they play in Midwestern swing states.

October 28th, 2018 - America's Relentless Suppression of Black Voters by The New Republic

January 3rd, 2017 - The EARN IT Bill is the Government's plan to electronically scan every passing message before delivery. How does it stand up to COVID-19?

August 12th, 2017 - The Atlantic reports on the only coup d'etat on American soil, almost completely lost to history.

March 22nd, 2016 - Huffpost digs up a Harper's article referencing the War on Drugs and uncovering the Nixon White House's intentional incrimination of black people.

October 3rd, 2016 - (Global Anti-Corruption Coalition) Transparency International's 5 Key Ingredients to ending corruption.

June 2014 - Project Vote releases information of LGBTQ+ voting research, this PDF documents the findings.

June 2013 - Brooklyn College/University of Iceland "A Feminist Theory of Corruption, Lessons from Iceland" PDF Not for the faint of heart, a very long academic read.
Fellow Resources
Ballot Ready explain the choices on your ballot! Sparknotes for voting, thanks technology!

VOTING WHILE TRANS (2019) published by TransEquality

Bo Rothstein's 2016 publication PDF from the University of Gothenburg titled "Corruption, Gender Equality and Feminist Studies."

QUEER THE VOTE 2020 ELECTION GUIDE - National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

How to vote by mail or ABSENTEE. (2020)

University of Chicago (1995) "Silent Citizens: United States Territorial Residents and the Right to Vote in Presidential Elections." PDF

More on Puerto Rico voting disenfranchisement: "Are the Courts Dividing Puerto Ricans" from Cornell University PDF (2013)

When We All Vote - general voting resources

NAACP issues page, with multiple click-through sections detailing their stance on societal issues.

Represent Us is out to end corruption with a hopeful plan to do so. resource to Queer the Vote, an interactive webpage highlighting the importance of The Queer Vote!

The American Anti-Corruption Act aims to make it illegal to purchase political power, giving the people back their voice.
Shirley Chisholm was the first African American congresswoman. Listen to her 1969 speech at Howard University.

Danez Smith, Ocean Vuong, and Emerson Whitney are ready for REBELLION! (2020) Historical importance of queer rebellion.

Jenny Holzer is one of the most reliable political, poignant and poetic visual artists. Dazed revisits some of her most powerful works.

Civil Rights Activist, brilliant musician and irreplaceable talent Nina Simone in "What Happened, Miss Simone?" on Netflix.
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