US TO VOTE
TOGETHER WE CREATE
Adepero is a radical creative and proud Nigerian Brooklynite. "Not everything can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced." - James Baldwin
Adriana works in the entertainment industry. An American born daughter of formerly undocumented immigrants, she votes for her nieces, nephews, godson, dreamers, Iva, and Isaura.
Aicha is a student, filmmaker and activist. She is passionate about improving the policies that impact immigrants, women, and young people.
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Alexandra is a filmmaker who specializes in underwater cinematography. She can't vote in Florida despite having lived there for years - so she's moving voters and creating change through film.
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Originally from Mexico, Armando has been working in art and film in the US, Europe and Mexico for the past decade.
Ayman is a Software Engineering expert who builds highly scalable systems for startups.
Becca is a Floridian political strategist who believes passionately that everyone should have an equal voice in our democracy.
Devin is an author, poet, father, and communications director for the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition. He is working to restore voting rights to 1.5 million disenfranchised Floridians.
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Esther is a high school teacher, a filmmaker, and the founder of The Love Vote. She is moved to vote by her students, her friends, her godson, and her brother.
Greg is a full-time start-up entrepreneur and part-time troublemaker. He thinks the way we'll have a government that reflects our values is if we all use our votes.
Helmut is a Florida-based director, producer and cinematographer. He is driven by the power of people to make a better world for everyone.
Henrique Eisenmann is a Brazilian pianist and composer living in New York City. He works in multiple collaborations with dancers, poets, visual artists and other improvisers.
Kareem is a digital media executive who believes in the power of story, poetry, pizza, and voting.
Karen leads product teams for early-stage “Tech for Good” founders - technology that solves social or environmental problems. Her votes and work are defined by making a positive impact on society.
Kitri is a New York native and a college student studying literature and film. She hopes to use these forms of media to promote social and political change.
K’naan is a poet, musician and filmmaker. He lives in the US, but can't vote here - yet.
Lindsey was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco. She is an anthropologist and filmmaker, whose work explores immigration, survival and identity.
Natacha is a colorist and video artist. Based in the United States since 2006, she was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and cast her first vote in France.
Paola is an artist, immigrant, advocate, and activist. She believes that artists are (as Paul Robeson said) "gatekeepers of the truth" and that they can and must expand the heart of their nation.
Pedro is a professor, researcher, author, and activist. He focuses on transforming schools to create equity in education.
Perry is an Israeli violinist based in NY. She believes that music has the power to transcend differences, cultivate understanding, and build connections between people.
Shanthony is a multimedia artist and social justice activist with over 10 years of experience working with issue based project. She is moved to vote by her immigrant friends who can't vote.
Stacey is a Brooklyn-born creative who is proud of her Trinidadian & Tobagonian parentage. She votes because too many people sacrificed their lives for her to have that right.
Tobi makes films that move people. He knows all too well that people who can't vote are impacted when voters stay home. He hopes to show people why their votes do matter.
Tolu believes that sharing your story will set you free. She advocates for immigration reform, including a clean DREAM Act.
Vincho is a filmmaker, farmer and boss lady. She wishes that all of the citizens of the world could vote everywhere.