Let’s Make Good Trouble on the National John Lewis Voter Advancement Day of Action

John Lewis, standing in front of columns that say "If not us, then who? If not now, then when?"

On May 8th, people across the country are uniting to take part in the John Lewis National Day of Action to support the Voting Rights Act and address one of the greatest obstacles to civil and voting rights – the filibuster.

In January, Black and Brown Georgians showed up in record breaking numbers to vote. Since then, legislation designed to suppress the vote of communities of color has been introduced around the country.

Working people from more than 100 cities are participating in votercades on May 8th in support of the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and to call attention to the filibuster’s harmful impact on racial and economic justice.

Find an event near you to participate in the John Lewis Voter Advancement Day of Action!