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      Register to Vote - 2020 General Election

      Register to Vote - 2020 General Election

      The countdown is on!

      October 4th is the last day to register to vote on all the seats up for election on November 3rd.⁠ ⁠This includes voting for the President as well as 35 Senate seats and all 435 House seats!

      Congress is responsible for making the laws that affect us every single moment of every single day and it is so important that they represent their constituents correctly!⁠

      You can check your registration status HERE.

      You can register online (with a State ID or Drivers License) HERE.

      You can find a registrar to submit your registration in person HERE.

      If you're in Juneau and need to register, come see us at the shop!⁠

      Your vote matters. You matter. ⁠

      Yes, we're open!

      Yes, we're open!

      Your health, our health, and our community's health is of the utmost importance to us! Thanks for your patience as we make changes to our public offerings. 

      Here's what's new: 

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      BIPOC-owned Businesses in Juneau, Alaska

      BIPOC-owned Businesses in Juneau, Alaska

      One of the easiest and most sustainable ways to empower BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities is to support BIPOC-owned businesses. With our followers' help, we've compiled a list for our city: Juneau, Alaska. We know this is not an exhaustive list, and some folks have been left off intentionally. Please use it merely as a point of departure and as a framework for thinking about how your dollars can build racial equity. Thank you for making these small but important choices. 

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      A Note from the Owner

      A Note from the Owner

      by Christy NaMee Eriksen

      Once at an art market I bought a zine from the girl next to me. Then she came to my table and bought some of my poems. I bought stickers from another guy and he bought a book from another and we joked that we were just passing the same $20 around.

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