How Black Women Voters can Decide Elections

31 minutes

It is said that "The road to the White House has to stop at a Black woman's house." Black women voters are one of the most powerful and loyal voting blocs in American elections. In the last three presidential elections, Black women outvoted all other racial, gender, and economic voting blocs. Any candidate must hear and respond to the demands of Black women: racial justice, health care, equal pay, education, and affordable housing are just a few of the demands made by Black women. Interestingly, these issues will help most other groups in America. Robin and Marlene hold a lively and revealing discussion about the power of Black women voters and how this voting bloc can become even more powerful. Join this controversial discussion!

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