If you’re driving northbound on Jimmy Carter Boulevard at the Triangle Shopping Center in Norcross, look up. Class Action Collective is talking to you.
In red, white and blue, a digital billboard reads, “LOVE THY NEIGHBOR … VOTE FOR SCIENCE,” and other messages to remind voters that science, and religion, can and do coexist.
Pamela Hovland and Jacqueline Thaw are founding members of Class Action Collective.
They told WABE’s “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress the project started as a push to appeal to faith-based voters during the 2018 election. Its goal is to highlight the critical role a pro-science position will play over the course of the Biden administration and bridge a divide on issues like climate change between political parties.
Lily Oppenheimer contributed to this report.