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The Metropolitan Washington Ear joins the nation in mourning the loss of U.S. Representative John Lewis, an extraordinary man who dedicated his life to civil rights and justice for all. He is particularly remembered for his vigorous fight to ensure voting rights for every citizen, risking his life on multiple occasions. Yet, accessible voting remains at issue, particularly this year as the Coronavirus complicates the process. Please see the information below about recent efforts to ensure accessible voting in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Full Statement
Recent times are indeed the times that try our souls. We have been called on to examine our core beliefs and choose what is right in the face of so much that has been wrong for too long. We have looked at our history as a nation and have found it something to be reckoned with. We have seen recent loss of innocent lives and have recognized the urgent need for change. And we have seen the power of peaceful protest to initiate much needed changes. This is a transformative moment for everyone, and we must all meet the challenge. Metropolitan Washington Ear is committed to justice and equality for everyone, everywhere; one nation, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.
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