(Image from tweet by Antionette Lee, https://twitter.com/arleeonair)
As the nation watched, Philly danced.
Okay, we still don’t officially have a president. And, yes, inside the Philadelphia Convention Center, ballots are still being counted. As I’m writing this, 85,000 votes.
But outside the Convention Center, everything from classic Philadelphia soul to klezmer music to Don Omar moved Philadelphians into celebration yesterday. And props where props are due — everyone was wearing a mask while dancing (except for that dancing mail box in the last video 😉 ).
So, here’s to having more reasons to dance on the streets.
Here’s to our amazing city.
— Nicole (She/Her) (@GrnEyedNic) November 6, 2020
— Hadas Kuznits (@hadaskuznits) November 6, 2020
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— literary_witch (@WitchLiterary) November 5, 2020
Having some fun in Philly today.
— Bend the Arc: Jewish Action (@jewishaction) November 6, 2020
Dear Philadelphia. THANK YOU I now LOVE you EVEN more. @PhiladelphiaGov 🎥 @Wheelmrk #EveryVoteCounts #Philadelphia #AmericaNeedsPennsylvania #bidenharis2020 #TrumpMeltdown #DumpTrump pic.twitter.com/CiKFMeMU4W
— Luisa Oliveira (@weezergata) November 6, 2020
— Antionette Lee (@arleeonair) November 7, 2020
— Antionette Lee (@arleeonair) November 5, 2020
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