On November 6, 2018, the official vote polling place opens at 6 am to exercise the voice of the public on issues for change management. What about before the polls open? Who decides what happens in the world of exhibition, discussion, photography, media, news, press, VIP invitation only events, and hospitality? The audience in the World of Fashion gather around to view the latest fashion trends, bridal trends, and A list trends, yet the alcohol bar discussions are only for the chosen few – the advocate for Social Justice Fashion Business Leadership.
What does the Voting Rights Act state under the U.S. House of Representatives that will make a difference on the next ballot of songs messages, entertainment messages, tourism messages, and performance messages? For Tribes of the Fashion World and Native Americans who came out to Celebrate the Day of Fashion it means:
The constitution grants Congress special powers to legislate on issues relating to Indian Tribes as plenary and exclusive. So you see legislation matters to the Fashion World. It means that special treatment under the celebration of Native American Voting Rights Act of 2018, upholds the obligation of Congress to through treaties, legislation, and Executive Orders to refer Federal Trust back to the people. It means that Native Americans will not have a qualified vote under Senate Bill S. 3543. It means voices will be heard from “government to government.” It means that Citizenship under the Fifteen Amendment will protect literacy for Indian Reservation Tribes. It means more voices, more votes, more education, more polling places, and more absentee ballots for all who can not come out to the polls to place there votes into a ballot box for change