Into Action Presented by March For Our Lives &

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Our cities are still smoldering and our leadership has failed us. But we can manifest a vision for a new future, where everyone lives with dignity, freedom, and hope.

This month, we’re coming together to lift our voices, assert our rights, reclaim our power, and make that vision a reality.

INTO ACTION is Underway!

August 6, 2020 | 8:00 p.m. EDT

Take Black the Vote

August 6th marks the 55th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.

INTO ACTION kicks off with a celebration of black life. Join us as we honor the legacy of black leadership and uplift the critical work being done to address voter suppression in the context of ongoing systemic voter disenfranchisement. 

Featuring John LegendUsherStacey AbramsCommonBilly PorterKendrick SampsonChuck DPhillip AgnewChristian McBrideThe Wide Awakes and more! RSVP »

August 7, 2020

Art + Activism

Artists are the tip of the spear of social change.

In collaboration with the Kennedy Center, join artists + activists using their talents to build momentum towards lasting change. RSVP »

August 12, 2020

Our Voice Our Power

International Youth Day

Young people are at the front of local, national and global movements demanding justice. Together we will celebrate youth leadership and the work being done to build momentum towards a massive youth turnout in November.  RSVP »

August 18, 2020


From pay to power, from self-determination to protecting the air we all breathe, we will celebrate the women who continue to drive change in and out of government.

With continued attacks upon access to women’s health and safety and continued inequitable pay – glass ceilings remain unbroken while toxic men ascend to power. Today’s feminist movements are being led by women of color and becoming more and more potent and powerful. RSVP »

INTO ACTION is a celebration of community power and cultural resistance that spans August 2020 and brings together hundreds of our nation’s most prolific and talented visual artists, young activists, musicians, poets, policymakers and community leaders. 

Through more than 24 hours of programming — virtual panel discussions, live performances, and dynamic community-building activities — we will lift our voices, have brave conversations, face the pain and beauty of the last few years and get to work planning and organizing for the upcoming election. 

For complete details, including performer or streaming info, daily schedules, community partners and to register to vote, visit



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