For the last three presidential elections, black women have the highest voter turnout of any group. It is time we leverage our dependability and loyalty to achieve public policy gains that will result in progress for all. Voting is not enough. We must educate our community and in turn become critical and strategic thinkers.
You are invited to attend the first Ida’s Legacy breakfast meeting on Black Women’s Economic and Political Power with economist Julianne Malveaux, Ph.D., who’ll speak on the issues of race, culture, gender and their economic impacts on shaping public opinion in 21st century America. Event details follow.