One year after the historic Women’s March on Washington, Amplifier and the Women’s March teamed up with partners across the country to channel energy and activism into tangible results in the 2018 midterm elections.
We invited female-identifying and gender non-conforming residents of the United States to submit their artwork to Power to the Polls for a national voter-registration drive and traveling art exhibition. A twelve-person curatorial team reviewed over 3,000 submissions and selected 50 artworks meant to energize swing-state voters, inspiring them to take to the polls and elect leaders who reflect American majority values.
Join Education Amplifiers and Women’s March for a webinar to learn more about this campaign and ways to activate school campus communities to get involved in the 2018 midterms. The traveling exhibition represents the struggles of impacted communities and their powerful statements that lead to action.
Rock the Vote will share critical information about voter registration and ways to activate people to vote.
In addition, Maribel Gonzalez will interview Raychelle Duazo, a featured artist in Power to the Polls, about what empowered her to create and share her message with the world.
This free webinar is open to all educators, including after-school program staff, teaching artists, and extracurricular program providers.