Despite the pandemic, community leaders are urging Black voters to go to the polls

By Ben Rappaport

People gather for an event designed to increase enthusiasm for early voting in Southeast Raleigh.
(Ben Rappaport / Carolina Connection)

Black voters across North Carolina have historically faced challenges when it comes to going to the polls ahead of election day. That hasn’t stopped them from organizing, volunteering and casting their ballots through ‘Souls to the Polls’ events.

Ben Rappaport reports.


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