DemDaily: What Do We Have To Lose?

October 26, 2016

This is worth the click.

In the midst of all the negative, there are some very creative and positive messages being spread through music and art.

These projects are effective and cool tools for reaching millennials and undecided voters as to the reasons why their vote matters.

The Video below says it all.

The Philosopher's Stone: Rappers Gabriel 'Asheru' Benn & Wayna w/ DJ Roddy Ro

"What Do We Have To Lose?" is a collaboration between
The Philosopher's Stone & Big Bowl of Ideas and was inspired by the rampant, hate-filled rhetoric of a certain candidate for President.

In particular, it is a shout out to young people of color who may be ambivalent about the race, the candidates positions on race related issues, and what's truly at stake in this election.

What Do We Have to Lose? (Chorus)
What do we have to lose? More power abused
More black and bruised More innocent accused
More facts confused More hate excused
Justice still refused, all just to be used, y'all

CLICK: "What Do We Have to Lose?" ©2016 Big Bowl of Ideas, All rights reserved

Check it out, pass it on and spread the word:
Website: What We Lose
Facebook: What We Lose
Hashtags: #Election2016 and #WhatWeLose

This year, the choice between candidates with plans to solve those crises and those who would only make them worse, could not be more clear. That's why the Sierra Club is proud to back this effort and artists like Asheru, who are working to spread knowledge about environmental, economic, and social injustice.

DemList will be rolling out a list of state-by-state Voter and Election Protection resources in the next week.

Please pass this on and send us a link to your organization or official effort and we will post it on our site!

As always, connecting you to the people who are doing it right.

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Kimberly Scott
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