Monday, November 29, 2021


From day one, the Biden administration and Democrats in Congress have been delivering for the American people on issues like COVID relief, infrastructure investment, and climate action. There’s still much more to be done -- but all of our progress could be on the chopping block if Republicans recapture the House majority in 2022.

Republicans are determined to do just that, and they’re counting on gerrymandering to help them do it.

'Redistricting, gerrymandering loom large over Biden agenda with midterms in sight' -- Spectrum News 1

Here’s the bad news: Experts are warning that Republican state legislatures could all but guarantee a GOP majority for the next DECADE simply by redrawing maps to be less competitive.

But here’s the good news: The NDRC is fighting back in every corner of the country by demanding fair maps, mobilizing communities, and when necessary, supporting plaintiffs in lawsuits.

It's not too late to join our fight against GOP gerrymandering, but time is of the essence. Will you rush a contribution now to power our fight for fair maps across the country?

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-- The NDRC Team

A.G. Holder: If the NDRC is successful in undoing manipulated maps, we will be able to achieve a system in which everyone's vote counts.
Since 2017, the NDRC has executed a comprehensive redistricting strategy that shifts the redistricting power, creating fair districts where Democrats can compete. Our victories have been made possible by our strong community of grassroots supporters.

A new AP report said Republicans in North Carolina are well-positioned to gain extra seats in the House -- and not because “the state is getting redder” but due to the GOP map drawers who control the redistricting process there.

AP: Gerrymandering surges as states redraw maps for House seats
“Experts and lawmakers tracking the once-a-decade redistricting process see a cycle of supercharged gerrymandering.”

Our movement is advocating to pass the Freedom to Vote Act because it would outlaw partisan gerrymandering like the maps just passed in North Carolina.

Can you make a donation right now to support our movement? We need to fight back against this “cycle of supercharged gerrymandering.”

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When the GOP-controlled legislature finalized maps, the districts gave a lopsided advantage to their party despite election results that show North Carolina is a competitive battleground state.

That’s one of the reasons why we want to pass the Freedom to Vote Act.

Some of the law’s provisions would also go into effect immediately. And according to an analysis by our team, the maps passed in states like North Carolina and Texas wouldn’t pass muster as fair maps as outlined in the law.

Will you help us fight back?


-- The AOTL Team


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  “Exhibition Meetings” curated by Juliane Mai


“Meetings exhibition” under the curatorship of Juliane Mai. The “Meetings Exhibition” took place this last year (November 5) at the Casa das Artes Regina Simonis, with all its exuberant style loaded with history, in the charming city of Santa Cruz do Sul – RS. The exhibition environment was minimally planned to create a warm, inviting atmosphere, based on the idea of ​​a square, a place that is usually a meeting point for conversations, celebrations, meditations, games and distractions. The French-style benches, garden lamps and plants, combined with the lights and the aroma of the environment, make up this space. Curated by Juliane Mai, who since 2008 has closely followed the trajectory of incredible artists in the region. The young artist, well known in São Paulo – SP, claimed to feel honored in doing this curatorship. 

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