YOUR VOTE MATTERS
Stacey Abrams, who won Georgia’s Democratic nomination for governor, grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, where she and her five siblings learned about service to others from their United Methodist minister parents.
Vice-President Kamala Harris will become the country’s highest-ranking woman in politics, joining President-elect Joe Biden in the White House.
Commentary: Many Americans, particularly Black Americans of faith, will vote to take responsibility as guardians to the greatest gift that God has bestowed upon us.
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Frustrated by the response of elected officials after the pandemic slowed her business, Cassandra Wilson has used her down time for something she’d never done before: registering Mississippi Delta residents to vote.
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Roslyn M. Brock, Associate Minister at the historic Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA, and the youngest person elected Chairman of the NAACP National Board, speaks on social justice, Black history, and celebrating the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote.
Before Kamala Harris became Biden’s running mate, Shirley Chisholm and other Black women aimed for the White House
Many African American women have run for president of the US, despite the enormous barriers facing both Black and female candidates. Biden’s pick puts a Black woman much closer to the Oval Office.