“Yes I am a woman and my eyes are squarely centered on Black Liberation”
With the South Carolina Democratic primary underway, black voters in South Carolina are discussed as a microcosm for how black voters feel across the nation regarding the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Co-founder of Black Voters Matter, LaTosha Brown, joins Joy Reid to discuss.
Welcome to The Brown Girls Guide to Politics — the one stop shop for women of color who want to hear and talk about the world of politics. In this episode, A’shanti speaks with LaTosha Brown, the co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund. LaTosha talks about what led her to fight for voting rights, the importance of giving back, and how we must protect our right to vote.
By Elizabeth Gabriel
As election season approaches, minority groups may feel discouraged to go to the polls. KLCC’s Elizabeth Gabriel sat down with LaTosha Brown, the co-founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund, to discuss the importance of community members using their right to vote.
Starting the “Get Out the Vote” Bus Tour
Question: Can you talk about the “Get Out the Vote” bus tour and your efforts to increase the black vote?
Brown: Okay. […]