With Georgia On Our Minds, Black Women Must Mobilize For Ourselves
Black Girls Vote’s Founder & CEO, Nykidra Robinson, shares her perspective on the recent voter suppression laws in Georgia. These laws specifically target individuals from low-income, disabled, and Black communities.
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