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On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, the future of the United States of America is in the hands of the voter. Every vote counts. If you are not registered to vote. Register Now! Find out where and how to vote and vote. This is the most important election of our lifetime. We stand at the crossroads and your vote will help decide if we go forward or if we go backward. Your vote will make a difference. Know the power of your vote.
In the voting booth, there is no rich man, poor man, white man, black man. Everyone’s vote carries the same weight. All votes are equal. If you do not vote, you give someone else power over your live. There is only one thing that can stop billionaires from buying an election and that is your vote.
We must never forget Rev. George W. Lee who was slain May 7, 1956 in Belzoni, Mississippi. He was the first black to register to vote in the country. He was killed for refusing to remove his name from the voter rolls. James Chaney was slain June 1964 in Philadelphia, Mississippi, along with white co-workers Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman, registering voters. All three were beaten and shot to death. Jimmy Lee Jackson was slain February 1965 in Marion, Alabama. He was injured while attempting to protect his mother from being beaten by an Alabama State Trooper following a police invasion of a voter registration rally. He died 12 days later. Medgar W. Evers was slain Jun 12, 1963 in Jackson Mississippi. He was shot in an ambush in front of his home. Martin Luther King Jr, leader of the Selma, Alabama March that brought about the Voter Rights Act of 1966 was shot to death by a sniper.
The blood cries out against voter suppression. Their blood and the blood of all those who lost their lives for your right to vote cries out. It cries out like it never cried out before for each and every one of us to take a stand for what they died for.
There are people who do not want you to vote, Stand up to them and make sure that you have everything you need to vote and know where you are to vote..
A Vote-Less People Is A Hopeless People.VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE
Few entertainers today can match the unbridled energy and creative passion that Tamela Mann brings to her multi-faceted career. An acclaimed actress, NAACP Image Award and Grammy Award nominee and Stellar Award and Dove Award-winning vocalist, as well as wife and mother, Mann's talent has helped anchor one of the industry's most successful film, TV and theatrical franchises, while her amazing vocal gift is at the top of her impressive resume.
St. Louis native Cheneta Jones is establishing an astonishing presence in Gospel music. Her fresh sound, magnetic character and pure vocal quality has her dubbed as The One To Watch! This young breakout solo artist is in demand and on the road with a heavy tour schedule and key appearances in preparation of her highly anticipated national debut CD release TRANSFORMED. “Cheneta Jones is an amazing inspirational artist with a smooth, passionate vocal style and is claiming her place in the world of Gospel and Christian music,” notes Ace Alexander, Sheridan Gospel Network Music Director. TRANSFORMED, released May 22, perfectly captures Cheneta’s crisp, powerful voice, and keeps audiences absorbed with her incredible stage presence, voice control and the element of surprise. “I want listeners to be able to hear a song and reflect on how it applies to their life,” Cheneta explains. “In addition, for those who are not believers, it is my intention to draw them to Christ through practical means and not religiosity.”
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