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M.L.B. Decision Marks Big Win For Voting Rights Activists – Others Must Get In The Game

Black Voters Matter co-founders LaTosha Brown and Cliff Albright issued the following statement in response to Major League Baseball’s decision to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta following Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s passage of sweeping voter restrictions: “We are pleased to see Major League Baseball join Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines and other members of the business community in standing up against Georgia’s unprecedented voter restrictions. Thanks to the relentless advocacy [...]

April 2nd, 2021|

Local Organizations Launch Accountability Campaign Targeting T.X. Business for Supporting Voter Suppression

Black Voters Matter (BVM) and a coalition of local Texas organizations today announced the launch of a new campaign to hold Texas-based corporations accountable for their roles in supporting voter suppression legislation. The campaign, targeting businesses like AT&T which have previously funded voter suppression efforts, demands that these corporations take a stand against a package of voter restrictions that would disproportionately impact Black voters. The package includes Senate Bill 7, [...]

April 1st, 2021|

Black Voters Matter Files Lawsuit Against GA Officials; Holds Corporations Accountable; Supports Rep. Park Cannon

This morning at the Georgia state capitol in Atlanta, representatives from Black Voters Matter joined a press conference re: GA’s recently passed voter suppression bill, SB 202, which prevents full and free access to the ballot for voters throughout the state, and the corporate accountability campaign movement to combat it. See statement below:  “When Kemp allowed passage of the SB 202 bill last week, he made an intentional decision to [...]

March 29th, 2021|

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