LOC alumnus continues to fight social justice post MLK50

 

 

Rev. Earle J. Fisher, a 2003 graduate of LeMoyne-Owen College, has been on the front lines fighting for social justice in Memphis as a pastor, journalist and community organizer and advocate.

 

His latest initiative #UPTHEVOTE901 is a collaborative voter education and registration campaign to increase awareness and participation in the election process.

 

Recently, he unveiled a new website which allows non-voters to register for the upcoming midterm elections on Nov. 6, 2018. 

 

 

This is an opportunity for all registered voters to cast votes for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and gubernatorial (governor) candidates.

 

We celebrate the accomplishment of Alumni who are doing great work to improve the lives of others.

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