Jay Electronica, Kodak Black, Pusha T and more in new video to promote voting

Teaming up with 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East and Militia Design for voting in Florida
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Today, a short film called "It’s Time" was released for voters of color. The piece was made by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East and Militia Design, and targeted voters in Florida, a crucial swing state. 

T.I., Pusha T, and Jay Electronica, along with Kodak Black and Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's mother, are all featured in the video. 

Pusha t encourages by saying- 

“My people, it’s time. It’s time that we end this mass incarceration system. It’s time that we fix this flawed criminal justice system. It’s time that we let our people go.”

While Jay Electronica further comments- 

"How long is it going to take for us to realize that it is on me and you to take control of our life circumstances individually, and as a community, you know? “We can’t look for somebody outside the community [to] come clean up our communities. We have to clean up our own communities. We can’t look for somebody outside the communities to help police our communities. We have to police our own communities.”

Pusha T has been incredibly active during this campaign. He teamed with Hillary Clinton for a meet and greet contest, released a PSA about marijuana legalization, sold pro-Hillary t-shirts, and spent time with Tim Kaine for a Q&A. 

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