Fayetteville State University students register to vote
CCNC Democracy Fellows launched the 'Black Votes Matter' campaign at the FSU campus

By Bryan Warner
Posted: Sept. 20, 2016

FAYETTEVILLE – Common Cause NC Democracy Fellows launched our Black Votes Matter campaign on the campus of Fayetteville State University on Thursday, helping students register to vote for this fall's election.

"Our Democracy Fellows are excited to help students stand up and speak out in this election," said Alyssa Canty, campus outreach coordinator with Common Cause North Carolina. "Our goal is to help these FSU students begin a lifetime of civic engagement in our community, state and nation."

Selected among the student body at HBCU campuses across North Carolina, CCNC Democracy Fellows are dedicated to helping their fellow students meaningfully participate in the democratic process.

ABOVE: CCNC Democracy Fellows are working at HBCU campuses to help students register to vote for this fall's election.



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