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African Americans and Vote Virtual Teach-In

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We will begin with a PowerPoint presentation on African American Women and the Vote, followed by a non-partisan discussion by attorney and social justice advocate Deborah Gonzalez about the opportunities and challenges for Black Athenians this election year, and about why Black voter participation is crucial this fall and always.   There will be time for viewers to post questions in the Chat for Deborah.

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