it starts at
it ends at
the ballot box.
pledge to vote
equality, climate change and gun safety are all on the ballot this fall, but first you’ve got to get registeredregister to vote
written by student leaders, this powerful pledge is echoing across commencement ceremonies throughout the U.S.
Today, along with thousands of other students across the country, I’m donating the next 60 seconds of this speech to take a pledge for our future. In the next four years, 17 million of us will be eligible to vote. That makes Generation Z this country’s largest swing state. Not red, not blue, but human. And together, we have the power to shape the world we want to live in. So, today I’m pledging to vote on three basic human rights: equality across race, gender, and sexual orientation, safety from gun violence, and action on climate change. If you care about the world we’re inheriting, I urge you to take the pledge with me. Together, we can create a healthier, safer, brighter America. We're the adults now.download the pledge
these mortarboard posters make it easy to get involved at commencement. Simply download, print, stick, and don’t forget to share on social using hashtag #donate60seconds.
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