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In the News, “For Real Political Power, We Must Invest In The Next Georgia”

October 20, 2022

“Just think if we trust the experience and leadership of Black women, if we organize on issues that impact people’s daily lives, and if we focus on building lasting infrastructure and power–and not only on the political cycle–what we can build together by 2030.” — Alexis Anderson-Reed in Essence.

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