African American leaders in Lexington release PSA encouraging you to vote

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Some of Lexington’s African American leaders are taking to social media to encourage you to vote.

That includes hip hop artist Devine Carama, who shared some verses as part of the video:

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“Take our motions and strife and march right to the polls/ and amidst the darkness we are the light that glows/ because we remember some of our ancestors died for our right to vote.”

Carama says the video is a friendly challenge to ever fraternity, church, and group to vote.

 

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