Black Voters Speak (2010) - Watch Online. Directed by Dionne Walker

Genres Short    
Director    
Country UK
Language English
Runtime UK:10 min
Plot Simon Woolley of Operation Black Vote in conversation with Bellavia Ribeiro-Addy, Roy Edwards and Jordon Clarke, in Brixton, London, UK. DVRSEWORLD decided to engage the public of Brixton before 2010 UK General Election. This followed OBV's successful "Black Britain Decides" rally hosted by Kwame Kwei Armah, in Westminster, where three major UK political party deputies stood up, spoke and competed for the attention (and votes) of an audience of people from predominately African and Caribbean background.... search for Black Voters Speak on IMDb

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    Directed by Dionne Walker. Simon Woolley of Operation Black Vote in conversation with Bellavia Ribeiro-Addy, Roy Edwards and Jordon Clarke, in Brixton, London, UK. DVRSEWORLD decided to engage the public of Brixton ...

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