Day of Blogging For Voter Justice an overwhelming success
I have to give MAD PROPS to Yobachi Boswell and his leadership in the Hillary Clinton Must Concede campaign. His vision, along with that of the Afrosphere Action Coalition produced an even that has already gained traction in some mainstream media outlets.
Now it’s time for you to do your part. The easiest way to make your voice heard is sign the petition asking the junior Senator from New York to leave the presidential race. You can also send a letter to the Democratic National Committee.
Democratic National Committee
430 S. Capitol St. SE
Washington, DC 20003
Call the DNC’s main phone number at 202-863-8000 and ask to speak with Howard Dean. Tell Dean(‘s voicemail) that it’s time for him to step up and end this madness. Click here to send them an email.
There were at least 30 blogs that participated in the Day of Blogging for Voter Justice. Those include:
1. Francis L. Holland francislholland.blogspot.com/
2. D. Yobachi Boswell www.blackperspective.net
3. Villager electronicvillage.blogspot.com/
4. PurpleZoe purplezoe.blogspot.com/
5. Sojourner’s Place sojournersplace.blogspot.com
6. Vanessa Byers www.blackhandside.net
7. JD www.blackinbusiness.org/
8. MrsGrapevine mrsgrapevine.com/
9. Sincere www.sincere-thoughts.blogspot.com
10. Credo dowdellresearch.blogspot.com
11. Black Women in Europe blackwomenineurope.blogspot.com
12. Belizebound www.inpursuitofperfection.typepad.com/
13. Shawn Williams www.dallassouthblog.com
14. MarvalusOne opinionatedblackwoman.com/
16. Anne-Marie McReynolds www.backyardbeacon.org
18. Phil philpierrepaul.blogspot.com/
20. Gunfighter gunfighter1.typepad.com/warrior/
22. InvisibleWoman invisible-cinema.blogspot.com/
24. Marcus E. Carter www.inpursuitofperfection.typepad.com
25. Terry Howcott www.terryhowcott.com
27. Michael Fisher assaultonblacksanity.blogspot.com
28. that girl boo therealready.blogspot.com
29. Janet Shan blackpoliticalthought.blogspot.com
30. Promethus6 www.prometheus6.org/node/20320
This is just the beginning. It ain’t over.