Survivor Speaks is back with another Civic Duty Education Night in efforts to cater to community mobilizing, bringing information to the communities that have been left out of the equation of decision making. But also to help awaken the community around the power of our collective voice, voting and our civic responsibilities, and unified efforts to bring about change. The Elbert Williams Voting Corner is a proud participant and will have a booth at the event on Tuesday, February 20, 2024 from 4
February 5 is my personal new year each year. This past year had a lot of things to carry, but I am excited that my life and mission are converging in a way that I can more fully serve my family and community.
The United States, as a democratic republic, is governed by a complex system known as the separation of powers, a system that aims to prevent the consolidation of power and promote balance within government. This system is divided into three branches: the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. Each branch has distinct roles, responsibilities, and ways of interaction.
by Leslie McGrawOn July 23, 2022 I had a dream about Uncle Elbert leaned up against a corner post of a general store talking about planning a NAACP meeting. There had already been a lot of unrest because of the group’s efforts to register to vote in the past year. He was giving directions of […]