theGrio hosting a ‘Vote for Your Life’ town hall featuring John Legend, Jamie Foxx and more

The town hall will begin at 3 p.m. EST

theGrio will be hosting a two-hour town hall event this Sunday.

The live discussion will focus on issues such as voter rights, social justice, economic inclusion, other related topics. The Allen Media Group event start will start at 3 p.m. EST.

The event will stream live on this website and on theGrio’s Facebook page.

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“This election is an extremely important event for America and especially for Black America,” Byron Allen, Founder/Chairman/CEO of Allen Media Group/Entertainment Studios, said.

“The most powerful way to stop the genocide against Black America is to vote. Simply put, vote for your life!!!”

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The conversation will be hosted by theGrio’s Vice President of Digital Content Natasha S. Alford and feature John Legend, April Ryan, Stevie Wonder, Jamie Foxx and more.


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Pac-12 CEOs plan to vote today on 2020 football season

Later today, the Pac-12 presidents and chancellors will cast the most significant vote since conference expansion.

We learned long ago not to assume anything when the CEOs convene for a decision on athletics, much less two decisions.

Really, this is a two-for-one gathering.

Will they play football in 2020?

And if so, when will they start?

Do the teams move together on Nov. 7, or will a few open on Halloween?

Because of lingering issues with health restrictions in California and Oregon — despite what those governors said last week — the situation isn’t as clean as the presidents would prefer. Contingencies might be required.

But that matter is secondary to the fundamental decision of whether the Pac-12 should play.

In our view, the answer is clear.

The conference should restart the season as soon as possible even though many of the schools have told students the classrooms aren’t safe.

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Rock Band GOODING to Use SEE2DO Technology Platform to Get Out the Vote

4 Entertainment/Black Train’s video “King For A Day” by rock band GOODING will be using the SEE2DO distribution technology platform to help get out the vote for the 2020 elections in November. The video will feature embedded links that drive viewers to websites that provide information on voting in their area, helping those who want to learn more about voter registration and voting procedures and to highlight the importance of voting in the upcoming election.

Rock Band GOODING to Use SEE2DO Technology Platform to Get Out the Vote

Los Angeles, CA, September 24, 2020 –(– GOODING, an international touring rock band, is leveraging their music video “King For A Day” to help get out the vote, using SEE2DO, a technology platform that enables untethered online video marketing. SEE2DO’s Source Activated Moments (SAMs) provide in-video links to the band’s website, as well to websites where fans can register to vote and/or find out more about voting in their local area. Fans will be able

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Google Doodle encourages you to register to vote, with information on how


The Google Doodle’s message is clear: Register to vote.


Tuesday is the first day of fall in the Northern Hemisphere — a day Google typically notes with a Doodle. And while residents of most countries north of the Equator are seeing that season-changing Doodle, Americans are seeing a Doodle that includes buttons adorned with the patriotic colors of red, white and blue and the message to “Register to vote!”

For in addition to being the first day of fall, Tuesday is also Voter Registration Day in the United States. Founded in 2012, the holiday, observed on the fourth Tuesday of September, urges all eligible voters to register to vote.

The awareness campaign — timed just months before large elections of the year — is designed to provide

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