We captured the Black conversation about voting that happens behind closed doors
NEWARK, N.J. (PRWEB) October 13, 2020
ABF Creative, a Newark, New Jersey-based multicultural podcast network, is launching The Invisible Vote. The podcast explores generational voting habits by capturing the perspectives of a multitude of people of color as they engage in conversation about their voting habits, beliefs, and trust in electoral politics. By exploring these disparities within the intimate setting of a generational conversation, the listener is reminded of the struggles, victories, and continuing barriers that minority people experience at the ballot box. Amid the most influential election of our lifetime, The Invisible Vote examines the structural racism and inequality in access to the ballot today is deep-rooted and crosses partisan lines. To hear the first episode and get more information check out the InvisibleVote.com
Anthony Frasier, Founder, and CEO of ABF Creative said, “Our network - and this series in particular - is meant to capture attention and amplify our voices as black voters. And identify whether our vote is based on democracy or hypocrisy.”
According to The Center for American Progress even as the nation became more diverse, and increased attention was given to expanding voting rights, the systematic exclusion of people of color from electoral participation helped ensure that the nation’s democratic institutions and policies would remain racially homogenous.
The 6 episode series is now streaming on Invisiblevote.com, igniting the conversation of structural racism and inequality in access to the ballot today, which is deep-rooted and crosses partisan lines.
About ABF Creative:
ABF Creative develops and distributes original and branded podcasts for multicultural and underrepresented audiences. Its mission is to bridge the gap between authenticity, storytelling, and marketing. ABF Creative’s current and past podcast partnerships include Audible, Prudential Financial, The GRAMMY Museum Experience, Brooklyn Museum, and BET. For more information visit https://www.abfc.co/