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The Texas Secretary of State allows checking your status, early voting locations, critical elections, and more!
Voting is power. Voting allows us to have a say in our government affairs. Casing your vote tells the political leader how you want them to exercise your collective right. Equal power of the people is called a republic, held by the people. It is what makes our democracy. People can vote for Democrats, Republicans, or Independent parties because it is their right. Make your voice heard with your vote!
In 1965, the Civil Rights Act was implemented because African Americans protested, fought, and died for the right of all people to vote. African Americans led the way for the freedom of all people in the USA and worldwide. Many African Americans vote to honor those who died for the freedom we experience today.
Voting plays a crucial role in driving social progress. By actively participating in the electoral process, African Americans can support candidates and initiatives that aim to address systemic inequalities, improve education, healthcare, and work towards a more inclusive society
Every election offers an opportunity to shape the future direction of the City of Houston and the country. By voting, we can help elect leaders who align with our values, priorities, and vision for a better Houston.
Please schedule a representative to talk about voting to youth, teenagers, or adults by calling the office at (281) 4005-0006. Let's have a celebration exercising our rights. In addition, we offer BHS Community Café' to have conversations over topics important to the community offering best practices. There are benefits and informative information at these events. Again, call the office to book your event. Light refreshment is provided.
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Join us for Children's Day of Service on January 15, 2024, at the MLK Festival Downtown Houston after the MLK Parade in the Hermann Square Park in front City Hall Building.