Thursday, November 12, 2020

8 Black women fighting for voting rights in the South

8 Black women fighting for voting rights in the South



8 Black women fighting for voting rights in the South


Georgia quickly became a meme during election week as mail in ballots slowly flipped the state blue for the first time in 1992. Social media identified voting rights queen and former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams as one to thank for helping Joe Biden inch pass the 270 seats needed to win and secure the 2020 presidency.

But Abrams isn’t the only one helping to register and engage Black and brown voters to activate a clearer picture of the South. These eight Black women are doing the work across the South and you need to remember their names.

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Article Source: reckonsouth.com
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