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Beyond Describing the Problem

Advance Carolina

NC Black Leadership Caucus

The US Constitution

The Library of Congress

The Congressional Black Caucus

NC State Board of Elections

Eastern North Carolina Civic Group

Durham Committee of the Affairs of Black People

Facing South

NC Legislative Black Caucus

National Black Leadership Conference (New Hanover County, Chapter)

Alliance of NC Black Elected Officials

African American Caucus of NC Democratic Party

Raleigh Wake Citizens Association

NAACP North Carolina

Brennan Center for Justice

Democracy North Carolina

Charlotte Mecklenburg Chapter NC Black Leadership Caucus

The Political Campaign Desk Reference

Get Out The Vote: How to Increase Voter Turnout

How to Win a Local Election

The Campaign Manager: Running and Winning Local Elections

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Voter Engagement

Educate, Organize, Mobilize

Alpha Advocacy in Action Alert: Voter Engagement Strategies

Watch a special message from Everett B. Ward, Ph.D. On the importance of voter engagement and turnout for elections…

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Congress Traveling the Country to Hear Evidence of Voting Rights Violations

Some of the violations that have been reported include closed polling places, new limitations on voter registration and removal of names from voter lists.

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WSSU SGA President Leads Campus Civic EngagementA – GDN Exclusive “A Call to Colors” Vol. II, Part XII

The strength behind SGA Pres. Gibson’s leadership – empowering students at WSSU to have a voice, and have that voice heard.

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J.C. Smith University SGA President Committed to Student Civic Engagement – GDN Exclusive “A Call to Colors” Vol. II Part XI

when in comes to student civic engagement, particularly as it comes to non-partisan voter registration, education and mobilization come election time, J.C. Smith University SGA President Jameia Booker has been both focused and committed.

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Chicago’s New Mayor is a Black Woman — For the First Time Ever!

Being Chicago’s mayor is the first time for Lightfoot to hold an elected office. But she already has an extensive experience being a senior equity partner… At the height of the Laquan McDonald scandal, she led the newly established task force…

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Senate Minority Leader Blue Supports “A Call to Colors” – GDN Exclusive “A Call to Colors” Vol. II Part X

More and more black elected officials are coming out in support of “A Call to Colors,” the Greater Diversity news nonpartisan civic engagement campaign…

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Bennett SGA President Strong on Civic Engagement – GDN Exclusive “A Call to Colors” Vol. II, Part VIII

Say “Bennett Belles,” and those who know their history immediately think about the proud students of Bennett College for Women in Greensboro.

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Want to Fix Gerrymandering? Then the Supreme Court Needs to Listen to Mathematicians

Democrat-controlled Maryland, along with Republican-controlled North Carolina, defended its congressional districting against the charge of unlawful partisan gerrymandering…

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NCCU SGA President Leads Students to Campus Polls – GDN Exclusive “A Call to Colors” Vol. II Part VII

When it comes to involving Eagle students in nonpartisan civic engagement, Hedgebeth, relishes his role … Students are able to ask questions about voting in primaries and general elections.

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