Bay Area organizers prepare to mobilize if election results aren't honored
Activist groups have been hosting trainings and developing plans to mobilize residents, elected leaders and businesses to demand the results of the November 3 presidential election be recognized. Demonstrations calling for every vote nationwide to be counted are already planned for Nov. 4 in cities around the Bay Area, including San Francisco and Oakland. The activist network Bay Resistance has been calling on residents to get ready to defend democracy. We talk with Zachary Norris, director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, about what exactly that means and how people can hold government officials to account.