An Election We Could Not Sit Out: How Indigenous Voters Helped Defeat Trump & Elect Biden

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An Election We Could Not Sit Out: How Indigenous Voters Helped Defeat Trump & Elect Biden

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by pmnationtalk on November 24, 2020198 Views

Credit:Democracy Now!

Native American voters saw a massive increase in turnout this year and helped deliver key swing states for Joe Biden, but Indigenous peoples and the role they played in defeating Donald Trump have been largely ignored in mainstream media analyses. We speak with Allie Young, a citizen of the Navajo Nation and founder of Protect the Sacred, who organized a horseback trail ride to the polls. She says it was important to her to motivate Indigenous youth to turn out. “I was hearing on the ground that they weren’t feeling very motivated to participate in this election,” she says. “I wanted to communicate to them that this is an election that we just cannot sit out.”
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