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Roland Martin Unfiltered with Ali Siddiq – Part 1 of 2

Strength through Struggle… Be Woke.Vote

When you are down, it doesn’t mean you are out. People of color have seen some of the darkest times in America. It is time to vote for our future. Through the eyes of Ali Siddiq, comes a conversation about what it means to be black in America, having self-effacement and voting to make a change. In this brand-new interview hosted by Roland Martin Unfiltered, we explore the dynamics of prison reform, registering to vote and urban communities. With the current administration, it feels they do not care about people of color. Your time is now to make a change by voting. – This is Be Woke.Vote.

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

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Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.

The Messy Truth with Van Jones and HaHa Davis

Your Worth… Be Woke.Vote

It’s time to step up, since 2016 it feels the United States has made a turn for the worse especially for millennials and generation Z citizens. Ha Ha Davis delivers a message of trusting your instincts, levels of success and Gen Z voting in a time of need. In this unique interview with CNN spokesperson and The Messy Truth’s Van Jones, we debate Ha Ha’s success stories, the current political climate and getting millennials involved with their communities. In a society where it feels your vote doesn’t matter, it does. Use your voice – This is Be Woke.

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXrX7trBmi7_oT5gLcyamA

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.

Roland Martin Unfiltered with LisaRaye McCoy

Don’t Be a Fool… Be Woke.Vote

Voting is the key to our future, now is the time to take the next steps towards a positive future by making your voice count through voting. LisaRaye McCoy deliberates the violence in Chicago, failed education for people of color and what must be done to change the current narrative in America and the current administration. In this refining interview hosted by Roland Martin Unfiltered, we explore black communities, equality for all and the current landscape of racial tension in The United States. Don’t be a fool. Your time is now, we must vote – This is Be Woke.Vote.

Subscribe to the Be Woke.Vote podcast!!

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXrX7trBmi7_oT5gLcyamA

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.

Roland Martin Unfiltered with Dr. James Lawson

Fight the Good Fight… Be Woke.Vote

Moving forward is the only choice we have as people of color in The United States. Our ancestors have set the path for our success. Don’t squander the opportunity – Vote.  From unsung hero, Reverend James Lawson delivers his take on America, injustice and the Black Freedom Movement. In this educating interview hosted by Roland Martin Unfiltered, we explore the history of Black people in America, equality and how to move forward in America. Our fathers have fought the good fight for us, we must continue by registering and voting in these midterms – This is Be Woke.Vote.

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXrX7trBmi7_oT5gLcyamA

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.

Tiny Talks with Jose Guapo

Accountability… Be Woke.Vote

As a group we must make a difference, and the only way we can make a substantial change is becoming registered and voting. Artist Jose Guapo tackles urban community issues, why most young people of color are not interested in voting and easier ways to become registered in your own communities. In this fresh interview hosted by Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris, we converse midterm voting, getting people excited to vote, especially in the urban communities and life in Atlanta. There are a lot of things that are affecting our urban communities, it is time to be accountable for our own future. We must be heard – This is Be Woke.Vote.

Subscribe to the Be Woke.Vote podcast!!

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXrX7trBmi7_oT5gLcyamA

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.

Roland Martin Unfiltered with Erika Alexander

Courage of your Convictions… Be Woke.Vote

If you don’t stand for something you will fall for anything. You must have the courage of your convictions through voting. Actress, Erika Alexander, deliberates her political stance in today’s America, fighting racism and becoming an advocate for your community. In this groundbreaking interview hosted by Roland Martin Unfiltered, we converse millennial voting, racial tension in America and the current administration. In today’s America you must stand up against bigotry and hatred – fight back with your votes – This is Be Woke.Vote.

Subscribe to the Be Woke.Vote podcast!!

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXrX7trBmi7_oT5gLcyamA

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.

Roland Martin Unfiltered with Devon Franklin

Use your Platform… Be Woke.Vote

A group of people are always stronger than an individual, use your strengths to make a change in this midterm election. Author, producer and preacher, Devon Franklin, discusses how popular or political figures persuade communities and elections, impacting change and becoming registered to vote. In this fresh interview hosted by Roland Martin Unfiltered, we converse about becoming aware of the issues that impact your communities, millennial voting and the current administration. When a person really wants to make a change, the first step is becoming registered to vote  – This is Be Woke.Vote

Subscribe to the Be Woke.Vote podcast!!

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXrX7trBmi7_oT5gLcyamA

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.

Convict Leasing | Black History in Two Minutes

Although the 13th Amendment passed the Senate in 1864 and the House in 1865, the loopholes that exist continue to wreak havoc on the African-American population. To ensure the cotton industry would remain unaffected once the slaves were freed, convict leasing — a system that provides prison labor to plantation owners and private corporations — was implemented. The ramifications of this system continue to this day.

Those who were arrested — even on minor charges — were locked up and used as free labor while behind bars. This also signaled a shift in the racial makeup of prisoners as more African-Americans were targeted by law enforcement. In this series of Black History in Two Minutes or So, more light is shed on the capitalization of private prisons and how African-Americans are used to fuel the profits for America’s criminal justice system.

Archival Materials Courtesy of:

Alabama Department of Archives and History Alamy Images Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos DON HOGAN CHARLES/The New York Times/Redux Getty Images Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division Sadie Dayton Photography.

Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/BeWokeVote

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

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https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/be-wokevote-presents

The Vote | Black History in Two Minutes or So

After the Civil War, the Reconstruction era brought about hope and change in the form of citizenship and equality in America. Black men were given the right to vote, and in 1870, Hiram Revels became the first African American in the U.S. Congress when he was elected to represent Mississippi in the Senate. What followed included more than 2,000 Black office holders serving at every level of America’s political system. Sadly, this progress was short-lived.

Black men were denied access to the ballot box and the rights they were granted at the start of the Reconstruction period slowly diminished. In result, a Black presence in Congress was completely eradicated by 1901, and it would take a full generation for it to be restored. In this episode of Black History in Two Minutes or So, we’ll discuss the African-American achievements in the political system that were systematically overturned.

Executive Producers:
Robert F. Smith
Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Dyllan McGee

Archival Materials Courtesy of:

Archives and Records Services Division, Mississippi Department of Archives and History ASSOCIATED PRESS Brady-Handy photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division Cook Collection, The Valentine Everett Collection, Inc. Getty Images Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division National Records and Archives Administration The Oklahoma Historical Society Sadie Dayton Photography U.S. Senate Collection Virginia State University Special Collections and Archives.

Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/BeWokeVote

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Google Podcast
https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9iZXdva2Uudm90ZS9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Qv

Apple Itunes
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/be-woke/id1439544257

Stitcher
https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/be-wokevote-presents

Roland Martin Unfiltered with Erica Ash

Believe in Voting… Be Woke

People of color have a different view of what the American flag means, use your power to register and vote to make a change. The funny Erica Ash jumps on the topics of equality, voter suppression, education and changing the political climate by voting. In this brand-new interview hosted by Roland Martin Unfiltered, we explore the subjects of how to vote, being educated in the voting process and the changing dynamic of The United States. With the midterm deadline around the corner, the time to step up is now. Get registered and vote for your future.

Subscribe to the Be Woke.Vote podcast!!

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Apple Itunes

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Be Woke.Vote is a 2019 Webby Award nominated and honored series.

Register to Vote Now!
https://bewoke.vote/voter-registration/

Be Woke.Vote YouTube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXrX7trBmi7_oT5gLcyamA

Be Woke.Vote – IG
https://www.instagram.com/be.woke.vote/

Be Woke.Vote – FB
https://www.facebook.com/be.woke.vote/

Created by: Robert Smith, Deon Taylor and Hyper Engine LLC. for Be Woke.Vote

Directed by: Deon Taylor & Omar Joseph

Produced by: Roxanne Avent, Heather Kritzer, Darrick Angelone, Omar Joseph

Executive Producer: Robert F. Smith

Creative Director: Darrick Angelone & AONE.