Register, Know & Vote
Racial Injustice &
Did you know? Many of us (people of all races) provided the power that enabled city, county, state and federal laws and politicians to perpetuate Injustice and Inequality against African Americans by:
Not voting or
Voting without knowing the city, county, state and federal laws and candidates on the ballot!
No one should vote for laws and candidates they don't know. Voting without knowing the city, county, state and federal laws and candidates on the ballot enables racial injustice and inequality against African-Americans in your area.
We need your help to seize this unprecedented opportunity to build on the vast momentous support to stop Racial Injustice and inequality against African Americans.
We are outraged when the Judge lets law enforcement officers and other people go free after brutalizing and murderizing African Americans. But again, I am sad to say we likely voted for and put the Judge or the person who appointed the Judge in office. A change is gonna come with "RKV Actions!"
The book entitled "Why and How To STOP Racial Injustice & Inequality Against African-Americans Provides The Next Steps between now and Election Day for everyone. RKV Actions" = Register, Know & Vote.
Start making a difference today! To increase awareness, tell everyone you know about the eBook and send a copy to friends and family as a gift. It's an inexpensive investment ($0.99; less than the cost of most combo meals) that will pay big dividends towards a better future.
This eBook not only ranked #1 on Amazon's best sellers list but also remained on Amazon's top 10 bestsellers list for weeks. The steps and templates proved invaluable during the 2020 election and any local or national election now or in the future!
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Lost in the mail: The risk of mail-in voting
Record numbers of Americans are expected to vote by mail in November. Tony Dokoupil examines how likely it is for ballots to reach their destinations in time. Air Date: Jul 24, 2020
Companies Taking A Public Stand In The Wake Of George Floyd’s Death
Numerous companies have made public statements against racism and injustice and announced donations and other displays of support since the death of George Floyd unleashed protests across the United States starting on May 26th.
Although far from complete, below is a long list of corporate reactions to the critical issues our country is facing. This list is not offered as an endorsement of these actions — indeed some have been publicly criticized by people questioning whether the companies involved are “practicing what they preach” in the way they manage their daily operations.
Here are the companies donating to racial justice causes
Protesters have assembled in all 50 states to express their outrage, grief, and anguish over the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor who lost their lives at the hands of police.
Brands, corporations, and retailers also are adding their voices by publicly speaking against systemic racism, hatred, and violence. A growing list of companies are also announcing their pledges of financial support by making contributions to relevant nonprofit organizations to advance the cause.