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Welcome Letter

Shayla Dell

Shayla Dell

Gen-Z Liaison

 Dear Gen Z,
It is important now more than ever that we take a stand. As the first generation to be born into technological advancement at the rate it has consistently been progressing for the last couple decades, we have truly seen it all. We have witnessed the highs of the U.S. coming together and electing our first and only president of color and long overdue legalization of gay marriage.
With that, we have also experienced the extreme lows of a global pandemic, social injustice, conflict in regards to immigration, and so much more. Most recently we’ve been taking on a multitude of these American “lows”.
Though these adversities affect us we can not let them define us. It is time to use our
“Twitter-fingers” towards a substantial cause. It is essential that we use our right to vote as a tool of power. We must urge our peers to get in the voting polls. We must leave our childhood bubbles and assist in electing the most qualified candidate. We must put the United States in the hands of an individual we can trust will whole-heartedly advocate for our demographic.
As youth, we must see to it that we get the future we deserve! The first step on this positive embark is getting our peers to the polls to vote for Joe Biden’s Presidential Campaign, where the youth vote is valued. With the combined innovations and resources of Gen Z and Black Women for Biden, we will get the opportunity to aid in developing much-needed change. Youth infiltration of our government will allow us to gradually mold the
nation’s legislation into the desired greater good for our people. Joe Biden is our one-way ticket to positive progression in the United States of America.
In partnership with Black Women for Biden, we will be able to educate and encourage our peers to show up for Election Day and use their right to vote to cultivate and contribute towards our bright futures. As youth voters, we may be outnumbered but cannot allow ourselves to be overpowered. Join Black Women for Biden in an effort to get our country back on track.
Sincerely,

Shayla Dell
Gen Z Spokesperson

Black Women for Biden

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