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LaTosha Brown, shown here in Memphis, Tenn., co-founded the Black Voters Matter organization in 2016. Dean Anthony II/Black Voters Matter hide caption

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Black Voters Matter Co-Founder: Black Voters In Georgia Fuel 'New Southern Strategy'

Voting rights activist LaTosha Brown says the Senate runoff results in Georgia represent how mobilizing and harnessing the power of Black voters can help forge a new political landscape.

LaTosha Brown, shown here in Memphis, Tenn., co-founded the Black Voters Matter organization in 2016. Dean Anthony II/Black Voters Matter hide caption

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Dean Anthony II/Black Voters Matter

Black Voters Matter Co-Founder: Black Voters In Georgia Fuel 'New Southern Strategy'

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