Is nonviolent protest a form of worship and healing? How does our faith ultimately connect to our vote? Xfinity presents a virtual conversation on September 24th, with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Trymaine Lee, moderating a virtual conversation featuring: Rev. Al Sharpton, (President, National Action Network); Deborah Turner (President, League of Women Voters); Nsé Ufot (Executive Director, New Georgia Project); and Rahiel Tesfamariam (Activist, Theologian, Writer). The event concludes with a musical performance by Grammy-nominated gospel music recording artist, Deitrick Haddon, performing his chart-topping hit, "I Can't Breathe". Add this free event to your calendar.
On October 10th, Xfinity presents a one-woman theatrical performance featuring internationally acclaimed singer and actress, Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye, as voting and women’s rights activist, Fannie Lou Hamer. The performance is followed by an intergenerational dialogue that virtually brings together elder leaders of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), with a new generation of justice leaders, the majority hailing from HBCUs. Add this free event to your calendar.
Xfinity presents a musical celebration of faith and Black excellence on October 25th, featuring an A-list of Grammy-nominated gospel recording artists who will lift our spirits and inspire us to the polls. Add this free event to your calendar and come back often for updates on our selected musical lineup.
Sunday, October 25, 2020, 7pm EST
Xfinity presents a virtual event series about Black voices, the power of faith, justice, and the vote this Presidential election season.
Now is a time like no other. Use your power. Raise your voice. Use your vote. It’s yours. #1voice1vote
Scroll down to learn more about our slate of upcoming virtual events. Mark your calendar. RSVP is free.