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TODAY IS AMERICA
Our Story & Who we are
As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeped the shores of the United States, normalization of authoritarian rule was the real infection. The infection spread through the highest level of our government, justified un-American actions, and established a new relationship between the powerful and the “common folk.” When the infection reached the pimpled faced developer sitting in Menlo Park, it began to corrupt social media. For the first time, GEN Z, sitting at home, limited and tied to their phones, felt these infections’ implications on their direct life. Cam and Liam Rafizadeh saw this as an epidemic far bigger than COVID. Free speech was under attack and the Rafizadeh brothers were on a mission to prevent the spread. As people masked up in shock, Cam and Liam organized and grew conservative creators. This was the prevention strategy, allowing free-thinking, free speech, and enabling the spread of all ideas. After all, come 2022, GEN Z would become the biggest voting demographic. Conservatives were targeted and needed someone in their corner, someone with influence, expertise and connections to make their voices heard in this new world order. Today is America was born.
At the moment, Today is America is a network of 200+ social media creators generating content for a cumulative audience of 40+ million Gen Zers/Millennials. The niche for our 501(c)(4) is free-thinking, conservative, comedic, and societal content. We are dedicated to the fight against the left-wing narrative dominating social media.
We empower young Americans by giving them a platform to express their voice; creating the largest network of creators that continually inspires, shares, and collaborates with one another growing each other’s platforms.
Our Ambassador Program has about 160 members apart of it. Ambassadors for TIA promote the mission and vision for Today is America through engaging content across social media platforms.
Our Representatives are our bigger creators that use their platform to represent TIA and its core values, like the ambassador program they make engaging content promoting the mission and vision for Today is America.