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SSBC + HAS Center Presents

I am a black boy Documentary

I Am A Black Boy Documentary
21:24
CARICOM Visits NY 2008
43:41
Walsh Shea Promo
06:59
Black Men Voting 2020
24:45

Black Men Voting 2020

BlackMenVoting.com, joined by civil rights groups, will announce the launch of a voter outreach campaign to increase the turnout of Black male voters specifically for Biden/Harris 2020. The campaign targets Black men in Los Angeles, and the battleground states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. Black voter turnout declined in 2016 for the first time in 20 years. Black men may be more likely than Black women to stay home — but represent more untapped potential for individual candidates. According to Pew Research Center, in 2016, 64% of eligible Black women said they voted, compared with 54% of eligible Black men. College-educated Black women were only slightly more likely than college-educated Black men to report turning out to vote in 2016 (74% vs. 71%). White men and White women were more likely to say they voted than their Black counterparts (67% of White women and 64% of White men in 2016). BlackMenVoting.com will unveil a celebrity ad campaign featuring actors Lynn Whitfield (Greenleaf) and Malcolm Jamal Warner (The Resident, The Cosby Show). Other celebrity ads will be released each week leading up to Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. SPEAKERS: * Atty. Dermot Damien Givens, co-founder BlackMenVoting.com * Darrell Goode, NAACP * Rev. William Smart, president and CEO Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) * Dr. Jewett L. Walker, Jr., President and Board Chair, 100 Black Men, LA WHEN: 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, September 29, 2020. WHERE: BMV via Zoom