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Multimillion-dollar Minnesota ‘black power’ group is using strippers to entice voters


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The Black Visions Collective apparently believes the most effective way to turn out the black vote is by offering strippers and a party bus.

Kyle Hooten

October 21, 2021


Clockwise from top: Black Visions logo, the flier Black Visions is using to promote its stripper event, and Black Visions founder Oluchi Omeoga, who is transgender.

A well-funded black power group will use strippers and party buses to entice people to vote for a measure to amend the Minneapolis City Charter to “remove” the police department later this month.

The Black Visions Collective is a Minnesota-based organization that promotes “black power” and advocates for total abolition of the police. It has also raised $30 million since the George Floyd riots last summer and is using some of this money to run shuttles from a strip club to a voting center to turn out the vote for the municipal election.

The collective is calling the event “Poles to the Polls: Shake That Azz to the Voting Booth!” Participants will “ride a party bus to the Early Voting Cener [sic] to vote yes on question 2 to create a Dept. of Public Safety,” according to the website used to register attendees. The site also asks if those attending are black, “non-black POC” or white and how much they support question 2.



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