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Rep. Adams, HBCU Collective Leader Supports a “Call to Colors” Campaign for HBCU Civic Engagement

As we get closer to the crucial 2018 fall midterm elections, two new voices join the a “Call to Colors” civic engagement effort to register 100 percent of the students on historically black college and university campuses throughout the state – Congresswoman Alma Adams, and Robert Stephens, founder and leader of the HBCU Collective.


“The decisions being made at the local, state, and federal levels impact all young people,” Rep. Adams, the co-chair of the Bi-Partisan HBCU Caucus in Congress, told Greater Diversity News. “It’s crucial that they register to vote because it you aren’t registered, you can’t vote, and if you don’t vote, you can’t be counted.”


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