Activists for women’s health work to educate voters ahead of November election

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Black leaders in Columbus joined forces Sunday to take a stand on women’s reproductive health in this year’s elections. The leaders held the “Their Body, Their Choice” event outside of A Cut Above the Rest barbershop.

Carter Womack, an organizer of The Black Men’s Collective of Columbus, says several organizations were represented to make a commitment to grassroots efforts to help educate young men at the polls.

“That is registering to vote, voting, getting others to vote, and understanding it’s important that if change is going to come at a level, we’ve gotta elect people that believe in issues that are impacting black people in general and all women across the board,” says Womack.

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