Valin Posted October 21, 2021 Share Posted October 21, 2021 Alpha News 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. (Snip) _________________________________________________________________ Welcome to MPLS! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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