“For The Movement” Discusses Civic Engagement During the 2018 Election With Ebony Baylorby Greater Diversity News October 31, 2018
This week on For The Movement, we discuss Civic Engagement during the 2018 Election Cycle with Ebony Baylor, Director of Civic Engagement for the National Urban League; and Ebonie Riley, DC Bureau Chief for the National Action Network. The hosts for this episode are Donald Cravins, Jr. and Antonesia “Toni” Wiley.
Mentioned in this episode: Midterm Elections, Civic Engagement, Advocacy, Voting and GOTV. Produced by the National Urban League, For The Movement is a weekly podcast that discusses persistent policy, civil rights and social issues related to African Americans and communities of color. From attempts to label Black activists as extremists, to the next generation of tech innovators, we will deliver relevant news and information from inside the Movement and Washington. The good, bad, and everything in between. We’re not journalists. We’re not policy wonks. We’re advocates who care. We do this for the Movement. PLAY