Meme Museum to tour Ohio in conjunction with Democratic Debates, October 15 and 16
October 8, 2019 Columbus, Ohio – HumanityFWD, the Independent Expenditure Committee (aka SuperPAC) founded by Andrew Yang supporters, is launching a “first of its kind” Meme Museum, a Mobile Multimedia Billboard that will highlight the art and creations of the supporters of Andrew Yang.
“Andrew Yang is known as the ‘Internet Candidate’ and the ‘meme candidate’. His forward-thinking policies and honest rhetoric have inspired his supporters to be extremely creative in how they show their support. These artists have helped fuel the viral sensation of the Yang Movement, introducing Andrew Yang and his policies to the American people both online and in person. We want to honor these important contributions to the grassroots movement, draw attention to Andrew’s vision for our country in a dynamic and accessible way, and continue spreading the message and values of this campaign” says Larry Cohen, Co-Founder of HumanityFWD.
The “Meme Museum” will be on tour throughout Columbus and Westerville Ohio on October 15 and 16. (See example memes below)
HumanityFWD is on a mission to build a new economy, one that puts people first and at the center of our society. HumanityFWD recognizes that 21st Century Problems require 21st Century Solutions. This includes transforming the future of work in a world of rapid advances in automation and technology; tackling the existential threat of climate change and recognizing healthcare and basic economic security as human rights. These challenges are existential and urgent. HumanityFWD seeks to build a new future, based on abundance and American prosperity, by supporting transformational leaders and bold policies that address these challenges.