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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.

Listening to this speech is haunting as Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the 1964 presidential election in similar terms as the 2020 election.

The barbershop initiative ‘Shape Up the Vote’ was created to empower individuals to exercise their right to vote.

The solution now for people who are missing their ballots is to go to their clerk’s office and pick one up.

Voting in-person this year? Here are our rights as a voter and where to turn if you encounter trouble at the polls.

Rapper Big Boi donated 150 meals to poll workers in Atlanta.

Tyler Perry is funding an initiative designed to increase Black voter turnout in Florida.

NBA star Chris Paul has enrolled at Winston-Salem State University.

LeBron James’ nonprofit More Than a Vote and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund has recruited over 20,000 volunteer poll workers in an effort to address voter suppression.

Awareness, preparedness and an effective action plan can thwart the seditious intent of those enemies of fairness and equality heading into Election Day.

#TheBlackBallot breaks down five issues Black men should be thinking about before voting for president in November.