Stacey Abrams ran to become the first female African American governor in the United States

NCNW Exec Dir: Abrams Candidacy Made History and Georgia is Forever Changed

While democratic candidate for Georgia Governor Stacey Abrams ran an above-board, and well-rounded campaign, it wasn't enough to hold off the republican candidate Brian Kemp. He received some 56,000 more votes. Janice Mathis, Executive Director of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) says...
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National Council of Negro Women: Hopes To Educate Through Voter Webinar

The National Council of Negro Women is hosting a Voter Education Webinar at 7:00 tonight. The midterm elections are less than 3 months away, and "there's plenty at stake", says Belinda Pedroso, a member of NCNW's National Program Committee. Among the offices to be decided by Georgia voters in...
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Stacy Abrams in Studio

Stacy Abrams, Georgia Democratic Primary Winner Makes History!

Stacy Abrams joins the crew to talk about current subjects and issues that she plans to address as she focuses in on this year's Georgia Governor Campaign! Tune in to Monday-Friday from 6am-10am to catch Frank Ski & Wanda LIVE. Video of Stacy Abrams, Georgia Democratic Primary...
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