Pivotal Moment with Nikitta Foston

‘Breonna Taylor Can’t Vote. But You Can,’ says 19-year-old Chicago Activist, Founder of the Stamped Out Movement

October 22, 2020

"Vote because she can't," says Zachary Huff, founder of the Stamped Out Movement. The 19-year-old Chicago artist launched the social justice movement after the tragic deaths of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Trayvon Martin, and 12 others as a result of, "police brutality, systemic racism, and institutionalized racial bias," Huff told Pivotal Moment. The Chicago activist created commemorative stamps, including posters hung across U.S. cities, encouraging citizens to VOTE, and encouraging his fellow youth advocates to promote the cause for justice across social media. 

Visit www.stampedoutmovement.com for more information, to donate, or to be a part of the movement in your city. 

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