January 6 – A Day of Remembrance and Actions

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The anniversary of January 6 is rapidly approaching. 

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It’s been nearly one year since armed right-wing militants attacked our Capitol and tried to overturn the results of the 2020 election. 

Since that time the same faction that attacked our country on January 6th is hard at work silencing our voices by restricting our freedom to vote, attacking fair voting districts, and quietly preparing future attempts to sabotage free and fair elections and with it our democracy.

We must not forget what happened — and we must demand action from our leaders to prevent another attack on our democracy. 

So this January 6, exactly one year later, Americans across race, place, party, and background are holding more than 175 events throughout the country to say: In America, the voters decide the outcome of elections. The promise of democracy is not a partisan issue but a calling that unites us as Americans. 

Find an event in your community on Jan. 6!

Sign up to host a candlelight vigil in your community if not already on the map!

Join a planning call for hosts today if you’d like to learn more about hosting an event.

Share the events across social media!

To prevent this kind of attack from happening again, our elected leaders must pass urgent legislation that will protect this country from anti-democratic forces who are continuing their efforts to destroy it. 

That’s why we must stand together in this moment –– we need to keep up the momentum for our freedom to vote.

The January 6th attack by right-wing militants demonstrates the dangers facing our nation and only further underscores the urgency with which we need to transform our political system into one that works for all Americans. The U.S. Senate and President Biden must do whatever is necessary to pass the Freedom to Vote Act, Protecting Our Democracy Act, John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, and DC Statehood.

Coming together, we can prevent another January 6th attack and realize the promise of democracy for all of us – no matter our color, zip code, or income – so we all have an equal say in the decisions that shape our daily lives and futures.

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