“Series provides basic educational tools to keep young people of color engaged in the political process.
“ATLANTA — Today, Fair Fight Action’s Civics For the Culture released its first in an eight-part series of videos for 18-35 year-olds across the South, including Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Alabama. Fair Fight Action will prioritize these videos in social media posts and digital ads across the South to deepen engagement amongst young people who are often overlooked in between elections. The first video, released today, features Civics For the Culture co-creator, Chelsey Hall, and founder of Fair Fight Action, Stacey Abrams.
“’In 2020 and 2021, young people, especially young people of color showed up, showed out and voted in record numbers. Instead of celebrating this milestone, Republican state legislators are introducing an unprecedented number of anti-voter bills to stifle our collective power,’ said Chelsey Hall, head of Media and Brand Partnerships at Fair Fight Action. ‘Civics for the Culture is one way young people can fight back. We break down complex topics and give guidance on how to activate our communities that will ensure young people have what they need to make their voices heard in our democracy.’” — Fair Fight Action See more of press release and link to video at the link below.