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Video: 2 Metro Detroit Religious Leaders Talk about Protests and the Black Vote in November


June 04, 2020, 1:28 PM

The death of George Floyd and the protests it triggered are on the minds of many people. So is President Donald Trump and November's election. 

Detroit Rev. W.J. Rideout and Highland Park Bishop Lewis Evans weigh in on those topicd and the importance of black voters.

"They know there is an urgency to go to the polls now, because black people need their rights, people of color need their rights," Rev. Rideout says. 



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