This initiative, connected by the Twitter hashtag #BlackFridays, has resulted in a number of symbolic walkouts across the country led by a network of women of color.
Her campaign made few stumbles, concentrated on the concerns of working families, defined the candidate and her opponent early, and spoke to voters in rural and urban Wisconsin, providing a blueprint for 2020 candidates.
That all depends – on their eagerness to think big and bold, on their willingness to challenge the concentrated wealth and power that’s keeping things from changing.
As we stay engaged to make sure all the votes are counted, we also begin to shift toward reflection, recalibration and recommitment.
It’s a battle over whether this country will continue to have a democratic form of government or one under the control of authoritarian rule.
“If your politicians are not serving you, get rid of them. And if you don’t have anyone to vote for, run.”