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Star-studded PSA includes Bre-Z, Logan Browning, Keisha Epps, Meagan Good, Shalita Grant, Annie Ilonzeh, Tina Knowles Lawson, Robi Reed and Keesha Sharp

 

Hollywood, CA – The NAACP and Centric, a BET Network geared towards African American women, released a star-studded public service announcement (PSA) urging African American women to get out to vote on November 8th.The two-minute spot is a collaboration that includes actress/activists Bre-Z, Logan Browning, Keisha Epps, Meagan Good, Shalita Grant, Annie Ilonzeh and Keesha Sharp along with casting director Robi Reed and business woman Tina Knowles Lawson.  Together they stress the importance of the November 8th election for the African American community and call on black women to urge their family, friends, and colleagues to #StayWokeAndVote.

The PSA is the latest installment in the NAACP’s nationwide voter mobilization and voter protection initiative.  Over two million NAACP digital activists, nearly half-million card-carrying members, and 2,200 local units have joined together to make sure that all Americans can and will exercise their constitutional right to vote.

View the PSA online here or catch it on Centric and BET.

 

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