Check out day three of #DEBlackHistory on Black Politics as we celebrate President Barrack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for Black History Month 2019.
143,895,842. That’s how many voting-eligible Americans didn’t vote in the last U.S. midterm elections in 2014 — which means only 37% showed up. In the last midterm election, nearly 60% of Americans who were eligible to vote decided not to—that’s a higher percentage than the portion of the country who voted for either major party… Continue reading The DE Foundation – Register to Vote with Organizing For Action
Photography Provided by Giphy The fourth day of #DEBlackHistory is on the topic of politics. One of the greatest political moments I can remember from my own lifetime is the moment the United States of America witnessed the election of the very first African American president, Barrack Obama. There may be some that may not… Continue reading #DEBlackHistory – Black Politics
Starting Thursday, February 01, 2018 we will begin our month long segment of #DEBlackHistory for February. One way we are keeping up with everything is by following along with the #BlackBlogsMatter Challenge with The Buzz on HR! This is a 28-day long social media challenge in which we will be posting daily about each theme… Continue reading #DEBlackHistory 2018 – #BlackBlogsMatter Challenge