Reach to The Diaspora
With America being touted as the center of democratic practice and policy, the world never imagined that the right for all Americans to vote, unencumbered, would be up for debate again. The Voting Rights Acts, including the act of 1965 were easily renewed, until the Supreme Court decided it could be dismantled. Some federal and state legislators have also begun to chip away at our voting rights, too. Much like Black justice fighters throughout history, we have a cadre of leaders who are deeply committed to America standing up for its promise. Join us for an important dialogue for these challenging times. Listen and learn how you can make sure that your vote won’t be denied.