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"Black women are one of the largest voting blocks."

Rachaell Davis
Oct, 21, 2016

Political strategist and activist Glynda Carr explains why Black women are needed not only as voters, but as political candidates ourselves.

"Black women are one of the largest voting blocks," Carr says. "In 2008 and 2012, we showed up and showed out. We voted at record numbers, higher than any other racial or gender group. Yet and still we’re underserved and underrepresented.”

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