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Black clergy making last second push to get out the vote

November 05
06:46 2016

FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2016, file photo, Rev. William Barber speaks during a news conference in Charlotte, N.C. Black clergy are taking to the pulpits and the streets nationwide in hopes of energizing black voters ahead of Election Day, aiming to make a difference in the presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. “Voting, for us, is both a spiritual and a political issue,” said Rev. William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP and architect of the Moral Monday Movement in North Carolina. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, file)WASHINGTON (AP) — Black clergy are taking to the pulpits and the streets nationwide this weekend in hopes of energizing black voters ahead of Election Day, aiming to make a difference in the presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.


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