Supporting Black community activists and organizers to get out the vote and Reclaim our Rights
Countdown to the 2020 Elections
Breaking News: BBP’s latest endorsements!
BBP continues to attract support from prominent movers and shakers.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren
Congressman Joe Kennedy III
Senator Ed Markey
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley
NOW HEAR THIS
No, the coronavirus is not an “equalizer.” Black people are being infected and dying at higher rates. Here’s what Milwaukee is doing about it — and why governments need to start releasing data on the race of COVID-19 patients.
– ProPublica website, April 3, 2020
RECLAIM OUR RIGHTS
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Black Ballot Power, a project of the Union of Minority Neighborhoods, is a non-partisan, national campaign to increase Black voter turnout.
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What YOU Can DoTo Help Get Black People Out to Vote in 2020
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New Survey Says...
Politicians Don’t Care About Black People!
Get to know the presidential candidates
Now hear this!
Russian efforts to manipulate African Americans show sophistication of disinformation campaign — we have to stop being chumps.
What can BBP do for you?
- Voter information and resources
- Videos and promotional materials
- Training and educational information for activists and organizers
See who has endorsed us
Black Ballot Power continues to collect endorsements from all over the map!
Will black women save us...
The GOP Plan:
Prevent voters from voting!
You think voting doesn't matter?
The Trump administration is planning to roll back Obama-era policies aimed at ensuring minority children are not unfairly disciplined.
Black Ballot Power Toolkit
“As African Americans we need to learn about the issues and vote our interests“
Actor, Writer, Producer
“As Black Americans, we must know our history, understand the power of the vote, and go to the polls”
Director, Union of Minority Neighborhoods
“Those who tell you your vote doesn’t count don’t understand history”
Singer, Songwrite, Activist, Actor