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"Get Your Booty To The Poll" is a voting PSA that invokes Atlanta's strip club culture to appeal to voters, specifically Black men in Georgia often overlooked by the political establishment. Go Vote/screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Stripper Polls: The Racy Voting PSA That's Actually All About The Issues

An Atlanta director says no one is engaging with Black men about the upcoming election. Her approach took politics inside the strip club with the video "Get Your Booty To The Poll."

River Freddie Joachim
Beyond the Sea of Trees Freddie Joachim feat. FloFilz
Birdwoman Poppy Ackroyd
Timeless Poppy Ackroyd
Crazy Quilt Kevin Hays & Brad Mehldau

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'It Is Reckless.' Trump Placing White House Staff At Risk Of COVID-19, Author Says

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Software company Oracle accuses Google of illegally copying its code when the tech giant developed its popular Android smartphone system. Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Google And Oracle's Decade-Long Copyright Battle Reaches Supreme Court

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Vergangenheit Sublab & Azaleh

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Stripper Polls: The Racy Voting PSA That's Actually All About The Issues

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Rings of Saturn Klimeks
Creamfields Klimeks

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Gabriel Garzón-Montano's 'Agüita' Is A Rebuke Of Genre's Limitations

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Moonless Gabriel Garzón-Montano
Cantiga [Instrumental] Gabriel Garzón-Montano

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Getting Health Care Was Already Tough In Rural Areas. The Pandemic Has Made It Worse

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Spectacular Sabzi
Purbasha Sabzi
Stir It Up Johnny Nash
Moon Rocks LRKR
The Risk Mic Powers
Wrong Flock Edamame
The Dancers Waltz The Greg Foat Group
The Hunt The Greg Foat Group
Shroud The Stars Max Tannone

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Homeless Families Struggle With Impossible Choices As School Closures Continue

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