March 2016 #SundayBrunch Menu

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Black Women Voters: By the Numbers
By Glynda C. Carr and Kelly Ditmar, Ph.D.

What Black Women Voters Want?
We need to hear from you! Take our survey and add your voice to the open letter to the 2016 presidential candidates.

Sista to Watch: GA Rep. Stacey Abrams
Stacey Abrams is the House Minority Leader for the Georgia General Assembly and State Representative for the 89th House District.

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Black Women Voters: By the Numbers

Kelly Dittmar, Ph.D.
Scholar, Center for American Women and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics; Assistant Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University–Camden

Glynda Carr
Co-founder and managing director, Higher Heights Leadership Fund

If Hillary Clinton activated her “firewall” in the past week of presidential primaries, black women are a key component of it. Black voters voted overwhelmingly for Clinton in Democratic primaries across the nine states where race data is available, and the proportion of black women casting ballots for Clinton was even greater than the proportion of black men, based on exit polls reporting race by gender data. Gender gaps –the difference between women’s and men’s support for the winning candidates – range from 2 to 9 points among black voters in primaries in Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. Most significantly, Clinton has won more than 85% of black women’s votes in each of these states. 

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Sista to Watch: GA Rep. Stacey Abrams

Stacey_Adrams_Action_Shot.jpgGA State Representative Stacey Abrams
Occupation: GA House Minority Leader
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Follow her on Twitter at @StaceyAbrams

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2015 Sunday Brunch in Year in Review

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Happy New Year!  Today’s Sunday Brunch with Higher Heights menu features our 2015 year in review.  Just in case you missed any of our amazing profiles and interviews this year.

Join us next month as we kick off our 2016 Sunday Brunch series on Sunday, February 14, 2016 for a Brunch and Chat as #BlackWomenLead conversations about politics, policy and leadership.   

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December 2015 #SundayBrunch Menu

By Glynda C. Carr and Kimberly Peeler-Allen
Co-Founders, Higher Heights 


Our Voices Matter - Turning Political Action into Political Leadership
By Honorable Letitia James
New York City Public Advocate

Rock #BlackWomenLead Wherever You Go!
Just in time for the holidays, Higher Heights’ limited edition #BlackWomenLead long sleeve tee and tote bag are available for a limited time.

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