In the deep red state, the sistas' are out there doing it for themselves and their communities.

Perman Hardy, 59, encouraged and helped 50 people in her county get to the polls to cast their ballots.


Days before Doug Jones’ epic victory, prominent Black politicians like Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.) rallied Black Alabama voters for Jones and endorsed him. Now that he’s won, what should Black Alabamians expect from Jones after pushing him across the finish line? RELATED: Will Alabama’s Black Voters Turnout For Crucial Senate Race? “We need someone who has the capacity […]

After a long proverbial republican reign, the state of Alabama elected democrat Doug Jones over Roy Moore in a special election on Tuesday night. And in the same evening Black women–the undefeated kickstand of America, quietly strolled into polling centers across the Cotton State, maybe possessed by the spirits of the unnamed, underserved Black women […]

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The Democrats haven't done enough to win the Black vote, which may result in a win for an accused child molester.

The Alabama Senate-candidate plagued by a reputation of alleged sexual misconduct with teenagers, openly declared at a campaign event that the last time America was great was during slavery.