Fueling the Vote: Bringing Communities Together Through Food & Fun

By Kayla Smith, Northeast Regional Director

  • The Transformative Justice Coalition’s “John Lewis Good Trouble Marches” — these statewide marches and motorcades were held to commemorate civil rights leader John Lewis.
  • The New Georgia Project’s Party at the Polls and Holiday Relief Jam — these activations celebrated early voting and offered Georgia families a little relief during the holiday season.
  • The Georgia Alliance for Progress Early Vote Tailgates — these tailgates created awareness in Columbus and Macon to kick off the early voting period with celebrity influencers; and then held similar tailgates in Savannah and Augusta, GA.
  • The People’s Uprising Pull Up To The Polls and Georgia Runoff Roll Bounce GOTV Skate Party — these celebrations celebrated early voting with young voters in the Atlanta University Center.

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