Gas station. Kern County, California by Dorothea Lange
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Everyone here on Team 20x200 agrees: we want to live in a country that is not racist, not homophobic, not misogynistic, not xenophobic, and doesn’t have its head in the sand about climate change. That means that we’re all eager to cast our ballots for Hillary Clinton tomorrow, and are so looking forward to putting this punishing election cycle behind us come Wednesday.
Today's edition is by another pioneering woman who we greatly admire, Dorothea Lange. The sentiment she captured at a small gas station outside of Los Angeles in 1938 is a pertinent—and pressing—call to action today. It reminds us what it means to be a patriot. It reminds us of the potential power of every voice. Most importantly, it reminds us of the strength in standing up for what’s right, no matter what your means, and staying stronger together in this pivotal presidential election. Tomorrow’s the day to do just that. Won’t you join us?
This is your country. Don’t let the big men take it away from you.
With art for everyone,
Jen Bekman + Team 20x200