“I first always want to give it up to my grandmother,” he says. “She’s from the South, and she marched on D.C. in 1963 and really worked as an advocate, as someone who was fighting on the right side of history for civil rights so that I could vote. That’s how I first got interested in the idea of voting – because of my grandma.”
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“It’s such an important part of being an American in 2020,” he says. “You get involved and you get active and you vote. If you’ve got a platform, then you let people know that you’re involved and that you care and that you’re gonna get up and say ‘Do the right thing’ while you’ve got the mic, because you might not always have the mic.”
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