Black Voters Matter Town Hall

Discussion on Criminal Justice Reform

Emily Gill
February 26, 2020 - 4:20 pm
Black Voters Matter Bus

Emily Gill

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With the South Carolina Democratic Primary on Saturday, voters are getting ready to head to the polls. 

As such, the Black Voters Matter organization made a stop in Greenville today as a part of their eight day bus tour. 

Black Voters Matter Bus
Emily Gill

Cliff Albright, cofounder and executive director of Black Voters Matter, said their mission matters every day of the year.

"Throughout this tour every community that we go to, we're talking about the issues.  We're not talking about candidates; we're not even talking about a particular election day because we say we do this work... 365 days out of the year," Albright said.

Black Voters Matter Bus
Emily Gill

Tonight they are hosting a Town Hall along with the NAACP, Women Voters, Women Dems, the Greenville County Democratic Party, and the Greenville Democratic Black Caucus of South Carolina to discuss local criminal justice reform issues. 

The Town Hall will take place at 6:30 PM at the Phyllis Wheatley Community Center.  

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