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Black Women Leaders Host Statewide Call to Action in Support of Pro-Black Initiatives: Prop 15, Prop 16 and Prop 21

SACRAMENTO , October 21 /Businesswire/ - Speakers will address the direct benefits that 3 California ballot initiatives--Props 15, 16 and 21--will have on the Black community, as well as call out recent egregious attempts by some bad actors within the African American community to mislead us.


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