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Closing arguments: Join the joyful resistance

The Fulcrum
Voting has always been one of the most powerful tools of a justice-seeking people determined to defeat oppression and its propagators.

And, because we know voting is an act of resistance. But especially this year, voting is an act of joyful resistance. Voting has always been one of the most powerful tools of a justice-seeking people determined to defeat oppression and its propagators. It's how you build a more just, inclusive society. While 2020 may feel unique, the reality is the masses of voters turning out this year are part of a long history. Led primarily by Black Americans, and at times also by indigenous people, Latino people, and other communities of color, there's been a push toward a more equitable, democratic future. We continue making history and building that future by being part of what is likely to be a record turnout.

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