Monthly Archives: June, 2013

YOUNG VOTERS OF COLOR HAVE THE ABILITY TO BREAK THIS CYCLE OF DYSFUNCTION

By Kirk Clay Can Anger and Frustration Be Channeled to Achieve Significant Gains in Politics? Two years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, enslaved People of Color (POC) in Texas received word from the Union Army on June 19, 1865, that they were free. Today, that date is remembered and celebrated as Juneteenth …

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1+2+3 = SURGE, YOUNG VOTERS OF COLOR READY TO GO

By Kirk Clay Will Young Voters of Color Amplify Their Voice in New Jersey 2013 Elections? There are plenty of reasons for New Jersey’s young surging electorate to vote this year. They will have a chance to elect New Jersey’s next U.S. Senator who will be their voice in D.C. on issues that matter to …

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