NC Black Alliance Supports “A Call to Colors”

Saying that “There is no time better than now, specifically in North Carolina, for like-minded organizations to align our approach to voter education and registration,” NC Senator Valerie Foushee (D-District 23-Chatham, Orange), chairwoman of the NC Black Alliance, has announced NCBA’s strong support for “A Call to Colors, (ACTC),” the Greater Diversity News sponsored civic engagement campaign targeting the African-American community, and specifically students on North Carolina HBCU (historically black college and university) campuses with voter registration, education and mobilization efforts for the crucial 2020 elections. 

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