It's a tense time, I completely understand. Perhaps you are sitting at home, stuck inside, a bit frustrated with what’s going on.
I want us to take a moment and celebrate what we have achieved in the last 100 years. 100 years ago the 19th amendment was ratified granting women, like me, and my young daughter, the right to vote. My video "Burn It Down," acknowledges women’s frustrations, and inspires them to get out and vote for change—to honor all the women who have found their voice through their vote.
Women have power—they make up two-thirds of the activist political community. We have outvoted men ever since the 1980's—which is when reproductive rights first entered politics. “Burn it Down” is a tribute to the voices of so many—from the Women's March to Black Lives Matter—from Jane Goodall to Greta Thunberg. It recognizes how women can use their anger to effect change. Imagine what we will do in 2020's election.
Find out more on your rights as a voter on: https://votesaveamerica.com/