NAACP Partners with Members of the Faith Community to Galvanize Black Voters Ahead of Midterms

October 25, 2018

In less than two weeks, Americans from coast to coast will take part in one of the most important elections of a generation, and as the nation’s largest and foremost civil rights organizations, NAACP has partnered with its allies in the faith community to ensure the Black community is mobilized and ready to vote. Bishop T.D. Jakes, Bishop Reginald Jackson, and Pastor Jamal Bryant are some of the faith leaders who have joined NAACP in its civic engagement campaign.

Compelling public service announcements are a critical part of the campaign, and in the series of videos, faith leaders tell viewers that respecting the Black community should be a top priority for elected officials and that we all need to vote because our lives depend on it.

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