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December 17, 2020  
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D-DAY FOR DIVERSITY IN GEORGIA
 
 
Just 3 weeks away from America’s decisive January 5 Senate run-offs in Georgia, we are joined in our 31st GRASSROOTS EMERGENCY ELECTION PROTECTION COALITION zoom gathering with an astonishing diversity of democracy advocates.
 
Public Service Commission candidate DANIEL BLACKMAN explains his campaign’s vital focus on the broadband and nuke power issues likely to expand grassroots turnout in the state’s rural counties.
 
CHRISTIAN NUNES, President of the National Organization for Women, tells us in critical detail how her legendary movement builds participation in America’s democratic process.
 
A focus on women of Asian descent is discussed by HEDY TRIPP, who introduces us to ASKA MAHMOOD of the Georgia Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
 
DANIEL NELSON of the Standing Rock-based Indigenous election protection campaign explains its focus on turning out Native American voters in the upcoming Georgia vote.
 
From the Atlanta NAACP, RAY MCCLENDON explains his legendary powerful group’s GOTV efforts and its need for large-scale funding.
 
We’re also joined by EMILY LEVY of Scrutineers, who discusses her groups efforts to train and deploy grassroots organizers.
 
And by other great Election Protectionists working at the Grassroots.
 
If you are at all aware of Georgia's upcoming January 5 three-race mega-runoff, don’t miss this call!!
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