NAACP, voter groups encourage Black voter turnout

October 23, 20202min4400
NAACP DeKalb County

 

Star-studded rally set Oct. 24 on NAACP’s YouTube page

With just a few days left until the Nov. 3 election, the NAACP has teamed up with the Collective Education Fund’s Vote to Live Campaign, the Divine 9, Push Black, and Woke Vote to encourage Black voter turnout and kick-off a “no contact” community canvassing.

The groups are joining a star-studded event hosted by actor and television personality, Terrence J, on the NAACP’s YouTube page on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 12 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.

Appearances include:

  • Senator Elizabeth Warren
  • DJ D-Nice
  • Brandee Davis
  • MAJOR
  • Captain Kirk of The Roots
  • Jekalyn Carr
  • MC Lyte
  • Mykal Kilgore
  • The Walls Group
  • Women’s National Basketball Players Association
  • Mr. and Miss FAMU

 

The rally includes community mobilization discussions, celebrity messages and performances from acclaimed artists Tank and the Bangas.

 

The tailgate, from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. ET, includes no-contact canvassing events, socially distanced community engagement tailgates, and literature drops in Georgia, Michigan, Texas, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin, and North Carolina.

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