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Old Navy Will Pay Employees To Work At The Polls

"As a company, when you support civic engagement, what you're essentially telling your employees is what you care about really matter to us," Civic Alliance director Steven Levine said.

Georgia Voting Video Shows Black Girl Denied at Poll

The video is gaining attention amid accusations that Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is running for governor, is suppressing the vote of minorities, with more than 50,000 voter registrations on hold.

Georgia Plan to Close Polling Places Faces Backlash

A Georgia county that is nearly two-thirds black may have almost all of its polling places shut down ahead of a gubernatorial election in which a candidate could become the country's first black female governor.

Women's March Focuses On Black Women

Speakers at this year's "Power to the Polls" event on Sunday in Las Vegas gave special attention to women of color and black women especially, whose contributions to the feminist movement they said have been ignored and pushed to the side for too long.