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to protect Black ballots and Black futures

Black voters today confront a new era of voter suppression that threatens our political power.

The Young Black Lawyers’ Organizing Coalition (YBLOC) is a network of young Black lawyers and law students from around the country who are using our knowledge to help safeguard Black voting rights. To ensure that Black voters are able to freely and fully participate in the 2020 elections, we are mobilizing 1,000 young Black lawyers and law students to protect and empower 500,000 Black voters, with a focus on six key target states: Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Texas, Georgia and South Carolina. We are calling on all young Black lawyers and law students to join our fight.

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Georgia Runoff Elections

Georgia Voters: Join YBLOC for our Georgia Voter Protection Training Sessions

Learn how to protect your vote in the critical January 5th Georgia runoff elections and how to be ambassadors for change in your communities. All voter protection training sessions will be conducted via Zoom.

Register for Monday, December 28th at 3pm EST, HERE: https://bit.ly/VoterProtectionTraining2

We hope to see you there. These trainings do not constitute legal advice; they are solely for general informational purposes only. It is your responsibility to assess how Georgia’s voting laws and policies apply specifically to you.

You can learn more about the January 5th Georgia runoff elections here or by calling the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

 

Georgia Voters: Join YBLOC for our Georgia Voter Protection Training Sessions

Learn how to protect your vote in the critical January 5th Georgia runoff elections and how to be ambassadors for change in your communities. All voter protection training sessions will be conducted via Zoom.

Register for Monday, December 28th at 3pm EST, HERE: https://bit.ly/VoterProtectionTraining2

We hope to see you there. These trainings do not constitute legal advice; they are solely for general informational purposes only. It is your responsibility to assess how Georgia’s voting laws and policies apply specifically to you.

You can learn more about the January 5th Georgia runoff elections here or by calling the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).