Common, D-Nice And More Slated To Join When We All Vote LOUD #CouchParty
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On October 23, just one day before National Vote Early Day, the nonprofit When We All Vote is connecting with some of our favorite celebrities to encourage everyone to vote early. A few of the initiative’s ambassadors are Common, DJ D-Nice, the City Girls and Elaine Welteroth. Together, they will discuss how we can be more active in our communities and encourage those around us to head to the polls before election day.

All those who attend virtually will collectively text 250,000 voters, all while getting down to one of DJ D-Nice’s famous live sets. Also, attendees will get a first look at Common’s new music video for his song “A Place in This World,” from his upcoming album. The video is set to premiere during the event.

When We All Vote was launched by former First Lady Michelle Obama in 2018 and since then, they’ve been focusing their efforts on closing racial and age-related gaps in votership. They have partnered with a number of brands and organizations to bring the topic to the forefront of our minds ahead of what is undoubtedly the most important election of our lifetime. It is our duty as citizens to participate because when we all vote, we can create change.

The We All Vote LOUD #CouchParty programming will be held on YouTube tonight at 6:30 pm EST. To RSVP, click here.