Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,

The 2024 presidential election is shaping up to be quite possibly the most important election in my lifetime. I encourage everyone to ensure that you are registered to vote and also to become involved in voter registration drives to ensure that we have an historically large turnout for the election. It is not too early to become involved; indeed, the present is the most opportune time. We have a country which is very divided and Equality is in danger. Let’s work together and change the direction of this nation. Remember what Dr. King said: “The opposite of good isn’t evil; it’s apathy.”

Dan Kennan
Adjunct Professor of Sociology

Dan Kennan


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