Marvel’s Mark Ruffalo And Other Celebs Get Naked To Educate About Mail-In Ballots

The celebs are at it again. A collection of actors and comedians have gotten together for a new video with RepresentUs, advising potential mail-in voters in the US Presidential Election that there are a few things they need to remember, and doing it all in the nude. Marvel star, and frequent political noisemaker, Mark Ruffalo was among the celebrities featured in the video which also included Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, Amy Schumer, Josh Gad, Sarah Silverman, Chelsea Handler, Ryan Bathe, and Naomi Campbell. Sacha Baron Cohen also appeared as Borat but was clothed for his portion of the video, ironic considering we’ve seen it all after his first movie. The nakedness was for a reason, as you can see in the video below.

All the celebrities appear naked because the video is to let voters know that if they’re voting by mail they have specific instructions to follow. Some states

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COABE, 100+ Partners Mark National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week With Call for $1B in Federal Funding

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Joined by more than 100 state, national and corporate partners, including Amazon, Google and IBM, the National Coalition on Adult Basic Education (COABE) is intensifying its effort during National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week to secure $1 billion in federal funding to help adult education programs and their learners recover from the pandemic.

National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week began Sunday and runs through Saturday, Sept. 26. During this week, COABE is spearheading a full schedule of activities designed to amplify the call on Congress to provide the additional funding and on state governors to allocate federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) stimulus funding to the adult education recovery.

The call for additional funding comes at a time when the education and skills provided by the nation’s system of adult education are needed to help reskill or upskill

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