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LeBron James and Other Stars Form a Voting Rights Group

NYTimes.com Thursday, 11 June 2020 ()
“This is the time for us to finally make a difference,” the N.B.A. superstar said of the new group, which will aim to protect African-Americans’ voting rights.
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On Wednesday, James announced the creation of ‘More Than a Vote,’ a nonprofit organization aimed at encouraging Black voters.

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