Vote?: A Play
In the middle of a heated argument with friends about the importance of voting, eighteen-year-old Nicole Harrison suddently finds herself in Valley Forge during the Revolutionary War. The men around her battle for the very rights she so casually dismisses. As she is thrown forward through time, standing beside Lucretia Mott, Frederic Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr. and hundereds of minorities and young people at privotal moments in history, Nicole discovers how many shoulders we all stand on every time we step into a voting booth.
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