Declare Yourself: Speak. Connect. Act. Vote. More Than 50 Celebrated Americans Tell You Why

Declare Yourself Speak Connect Act Vote More Than Celebrated Americans Tell You Why Speak connect Act Vote celebrated Americans Tell You WhyCelebrated Americans from Adrian Grenier to Amber Tamblyn to Hayden Panettiere to Alice Walker share their compelling perspectives on voting

  • Title: Declare Yourself: Speak. Connect. Act. Vote. More Than 50 Celebrated Americans Tell You Why
  • Author: Norman Lear America Ferrera
  • ISBN: 9780061473166
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • Speak connect Act Vote 50 celebrated Americans Tell You WhyCelebrated Americans from Adrian Grenier to Amber Tamblyn to Hayden Panettiere to Alice Walker share their compelling perspectives on voting and civic involvement in this one of a kind book Guest edited by actress America Ferrera, this collection of than fifty essays and unique pieces explores topics rSpeak connect Act Vote 50 celebrated Americans Tell You WhyCelebrated Americans from Adrian Grenier to Amber Tamblyn to Hayden Panettiere to Alice Walker share their compelling perspectives on voting and civic involvement in this one of a kind book Guest edited by actress America Ferrera, this collection of than fifty essays and unique pieces explores topics ranging from The First Time I Voted to Why the Personal is Political, all straight from the pens of public figures you know and admire Read it and then join them Declare yourself.

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    • Jennifer Wardrip says:

      Reviewed by Candace Cunard for TeensReadTooThis book, directed at teens on the edge of the voting age, is brimming with essays by people who can't wait to tell you why you should vote. The "celebrated Americans" of the subtitle include everyone from athletes to movie stars to entertainment journalists, and for the most part, they all say the exact same thing: your vote really does count. Some of the essays were better than others. The most enjoyable are those by authors who reveal something of t [...]

    • mira says:

      I loved this book. It talked about voting and why you should vote, who to chose as the right candidate. They asked about 50 people to write about voting in this book so I got a different perspective from each of them. One person said most people they knew who did not vote said that there vote was like a drop in the ocean and I remembered one of our Christmas cards that we made had a quote by Mother Teresa "What we do is less than a drop in the ocean but if it were missing the ocean would lack so [...]

    • Krystal says:

      This from the point of many actors, singers, and authors. it makes you think on how yu want to view life and decisions you make. it shows how after many struugles someone might go through they can still be succesfull.

    • £åÐΫ Tä§h says:

      I loved Henry Rollins' part in the book. Basically, its important to vote. If you don't.n't whine/complain!! You didn't choose!

    • Holly says:

      OK, so I actually haven't read the other essays in this book yet, but newly on , May 20th, one of the essays is by me.Others are by less important writers (clearly) like Maya Angelou.

    • Doglover1396 says:

      it persuaded me to vote in the future

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