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Johnson explains why this race is so important and what it could mean for Georgia and the United States and more with Erica and GRIFF.

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Dr. Barbara Williams Skinner, former director of the Congressional Black Caucus and now the coordinator of Faiths United to Save Democracy stops by the Get Up Church to let us know what we need to know to vote during today's midterm elections.

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Pastor Michael McBride, Pastor of The Way Christian Church in West Berkeley, California stops by to give us "3 Things You Need To Know Before You Vote."

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The Mid-term elections are this Tuesday, November 8th, and like anytime in our lives, this year is extremely important, especially for Black people and people of color. NAACP President Derrick Johnson stops by the Get Up Church to answer questions around next Tuesday.

Black voters were the biggest group casting ballots on the first day of the early voting period in Georgia amid a new restrictive law that critics say make it harder for Black people to vote. The post Black Voters Lead Record Early Turnout In Georgia Despite State’s Restrictive New Voting Law appeared first on NewsOne.

With the midterm election just weeks away, the Legal Defense Fund is doing everything it takes to ensure voters feel empowered and informed to cast their ballots. The post Mississippi Advocates Urge Secretary Of State To Fix Voting Information Ahead Of 2022 Election appeared first on NewsOne.

"Nullifying or diminishing the voice of African Americans diminishes hope for the nation.” - Scott Douglas, executive director of the Greater Birmingham Ministries. The post Fear Of Black Voting Power Is On The Supreme Court Docket In Merrill v. Milligan appeared first on NewsOne.

Brazen Boutique's Jance Chartae is giving the 4-1-1 on how to pivot from management to e-commerce.

The map drawn by the state's GOP was found to be discriminatory toward Black voters.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

Black women are still facing unrelenting attacks on their fundamental rights and freedoms in America.


Dylan Sellers, the National HBCU Manager of the Campus Vote Project, says historically Black colleges and universities have the power to swing elections and that’s the main reason why they are always under attack.

From the movements of the 1960s to the evolution of progressive culture today, college-aged individuals have been one of the main groups energizing the fight for equality.