Every voter has issues that matter to him or her as an individual when they go to cast their ballot on election day, but as Black women there ares some issues that are important to us as a whole and Black Lives Matter is one of them.

While the organization has been markedly successful in forcing the 2016 presidential candidates to discuss things like police brutality and prison reform, the concern is that on November 9 these topics will no longer be a priority for the next president.

In this special election webisode, our Managing Editor, Brande Victorian, talks with prominent African American female thought-leaders Michaela Angela Davis, Keli Goff, and Saideh Browne about how they think the next president should and will keep the Black Lives Matter agenda in the forefront and what we can do on a local level to make change.

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