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“This is the most consequential election in our history. Because right now, there are people in power who are only in power for themselves.” (Academy Award-winning actress Octavia Spencer)

More Than a Vote: Our Voices. Our Vote. is a battle cry to educate, inspire, and turn nonvoters into voters. Formed by a coalition of Black athletes and artists headlined by NBA star LeBron James, More Than a Vote is a nonprofit voting rights organization aimed at combating voter suppression, systemic racism, and misinformation that disproportionately disenfranchises communities of color. In this one-of-a-kind Words + Music special, we hear from an all-star chorus of activists and entertainers on the front lines of today’s voting rights movement. Voices include LeBron James, Octavia Spencer, Jalen Rose, Amanda Seales, Leon Bridges, and many more. 

Hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Wesley Lowery and political analyst Tiffany D. Cross, this audio-only special comes merely days before millions of voters head to the ballot box. Supported by a collection of profoundly insightful interviews, Cross and Lowery expose the inner workings of voter suppression as it exists today while uprooting the history of disenfranchisement in America. Like the voting rights movements of yesteryear, this empowering special is amplified by the voices of prominent leaders and stars proclaiming why they vote as well as searing original performances from musical artists and poets. 

“We stand on the shoulders of ancestors that have sacrificed themselves for us to have this right,” says former NBA player and current ESPN analyst Jalen Rose. “This is likely the most important voting cycle of the United States.” These athletes, artists, and activists refuse to be quiet, will not shut up and dribble, and will not relent in their pursuit of truth, justice, equality, and, specifically, equal access to the polls. This is a fearless, loud, and vocal call to action to both own your voice and, most importantly, use your voice.

©2020 More Than A Vote, Inc. (P)2020 More Than A Vote, Inc.

About the Creator and Host

Wesley Lowery is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author who is currently a correspondent for 60 in 6, a 60 Minutes spinoff on the mobile app Quibi. Lowery was previously a national correspondent at the Washington Post, specializing in issues of race and law enforcement. He led the team awarded the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting in 2016 for the creation and analysis of a real-time database to track fatal police shootings in the United States. His most recent project, Murder with Impunity, an unprecedented look at unsolved homicides in major American cities, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2019. His first book, They Can’t Kill Us All: Ferguson, Baltimore and a New Era in America’s Racial Justice Movement, was a New York Times bestseller and was awarded the Christopher Isherwood Prize for Autobiographical Prose by the LA Times Book Prizes.

About the Creator and Host

Tiffany D. Cross is an on-air political analyst and cable newsroom veteran. She is the author of Say It Louder: Black Voters, White Narratives and Saving Our Democracy as well as a Resident Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics (Spring 2020). Her broad experience across media, politics, and policy includes more than two decades of navigating newsrooms and campaigns while engaging different constituencies on the ground. She previously served as the DC bureau chief of BET News and the liaison to the Obama Administration for BET Networks where she covered Capitol Hill, produced political specials, and oversaw the daily operations of the news department. Tiffany cut her teeth in media at CNN where she worked as an associate producer covering Capitol Hill for the network’s weekend show unit. She also previously served as a field producer for America’s Most Wanted and Discovery Communications.
No stranger to the campaign trail, Tiffany not only covered campaigns but worked on them as well. She has lent her expertise to numerous local, state, and federal candidates as well as issue campaigns across the country. Serving as a senior advisor to one of the country’s largest labor organizations, one of Tiffany’s many duties was organizing all communities of color on both a local and national level. Using her media background, Tiffany has helped shape the narrative around issues, individuals, and ideologies.
Leaving the campaign stump, Tiffany transitioned from the control room to the green room when she co-founded The Beat DC, a national platform intersecting politics, policy, business, media, and people of color. With a readership comprising influencers across the country, Tiffany led a team that made the fast moving current affairs in a busy legislative climate digestible for the political connoisseur and novice alike. She quickly became a sought after voice in the progressive discourse and is a frequent guest on MSNBC, CNN, and SiriusXM.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Tiffany left at a young age and moved to Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Clark Atlanta University where she studied Mass Communications with an emphasis on radio, TV, and film. She currently lives in Washington, DC.

About the Performer

Leon Bridges is a Grammy Award winning, singer-songwriter from Fort Worth, Texas. Signed to Columbia Records, Bridges has performed all around the world including notable appearances at The White House for President Obama and the Library of Congress. His debut album, Coming Home debuted at number six on the Billboard 200 and was nominated for two Grammys: Best R&B Album & Best Music Video.

About the Performer

Andra Day is a Grammy Nominated Singer-Songwriter, Activist and Actress. Her debut album, Cheers to the Fall was nominated for Best R&B album and her song, Rise Up was nominated for Best R&B Performance.

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Socialist propaganda.

One of the most racist and anti white people things I've ever heard. multiple lies by the socialist left.

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politics according to Amazon

while I agree with many of the concepts of equality and treating everyone fairly and making sure everyone has a vote, I do not agree that there is systemic racism and I think it's sad that audible is actively advertising and pushing notifications for this book. I think it only encourages more racism. racism is when you treat somebody unfairly because you believe your race is superior to theirs. I know it exists, however, it is not systemic. The problem starts in the home. if children are raised without fathers, their chance of succeeding financially and living a life without crime is significantly less. listen to Denzel Washington and Larry elder. They have both identified the root of the "systemic racism" in America.

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Clearly for the Political Elite.

Twists and turns, propoganda at its worst. Research on your own and then give this a listen. Clearly this was made for the uniformed.

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what even is this in my recommendations for?

Im here for science not politics. Trump 2020. Lebron is not qualified to lecture me on anything unless it involves how to Choke in the finals. Only people voting for pedo Joe are people that dont know how to work for a living.

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A total Inspiration

Listening to this gem has given me the voice to speak out to others who are professing not to vote. It has given me power when I say to my village as Lebron said, we have power? If we didn't they would not be trying so hard to suppress our vote. We needed this listen for such a time as this. But just in case you are wondering why you should listen to it just listen and you will get your answer.

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Abysmal History Full of Fallacious Conclusions

A wide variety of people speak on the topic of the importance of voting while citing historical events, and claiming that today is just as bad, if not worse than the Jim Crow south. Absolute nonsense. Also: "Voting is about building power." This is what voting is about - according to Marxist world views and philosophy. Alinsky would be proud that his legacy is living on in these individuals - Which should be concerning to anyone who believes in our Constitutional Republic.

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Listening to this made me appreciate the power of my vote 1000x more. Thank you for this ❤

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Big Pharma Owns the Media

Big Pharma owns the Democratic Party and the media, using BLM as a huge push for the Democratic Party is horrible. Mandatory vaccination for all is what we will get if democrats win. Obama care funneled so much money to big pharma. This is so wrong on so many levels. Vote republican.

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amazing!

I absolutely loved this. I highly recommend it. It makes my heart smile. Thank you

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Lebron James, more than an athlete!

These athletes, artists, and activists refuse to be quiet, will not shut-up and dribble, and will not relent in their pursuit of truth, justice, equality, and specifically, equal access to the polls. This is a fearless, loud, and vocal call to action to both own your voice and, most importantly, use your voice. On my observation, LBJ received unfair treatment because he is black. He tried hard and his greatness exceed no matter how you hate and bring him down. #Blacklivesmatter We are equal and have the right to vote, to speak and to fight!

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