Are you registered to vote? Plus, art to rev up some action.

Resist. by Edel Rodriguez

To our art-loving, democracy defending readers—are you 100% sure you’re registered to vote? You can and should confirm your registration right here right now. Even if you think you’re good to go, there’s a chance your registration was improperly purged from the record during your state’s mandated “list maintenance”. No harm in double checking!

Most states require that your mail-in registration be postmarked or your online registration be submitted as much as 30 days in advance of the election—that’s in just a couple days! View a list of voter registration deadlines here. Don’t leave this to the last minute.

Already registered and wanna do more? Consider signing up to work the polls—America’s facing a record shortage of poll workers due in part to the pandemic.

Come November 3rd, we’ll be voting for Biden and Harris. As the writer Rebecca Solnit said in 2016, we think of “voting as a chess move, not a valentine.” Don’t for one second assume you’re ok to sit this one out, or that your vote won’t matter. Even “safe states” have down-ballot races that’ll come super close—your vote makes a difference. And you know we’ve got art to put some pep in your civic participation. Now make that voting plan and share it!

With art for everyone,
Team 20x200

Washington, D.C. Government charwoman by Gordon Parks

Birth Control Portrait I by Joan LeMay

I Am an American, Oakland, CA, March 1942 by Dorothea Lange

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Reclaiming My Time by Gail Anderson

Full-time Feminist by Western Editions


Ideal Bookshelf 974: Feminists by Jane Mount

Gas station. Kern County, California by Dorothea Lange

Blue Marble (Western Hemisphere), a 20x200 Space Edition

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