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Stacey Abrams ran for Georgia governor in 2018 and quickly made her way into the mainstream political scene. During that time she has often discussed the overlooked issue of voter suppression in America in anticipation of the 2020 presidential election.


The Dream Team

The untitled documentary was picked up by Amazon and was directed by Oscar nominated directors Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés.

What The Documentary Covers

The meat of the story provides historical insight on the issue of voter suppression which has corrupted democracy from the start while also factoring in personal experiences and activism throughout Stacey Abrams' life. The lawyer, author and politician offers a behind the scenes look into laws and barriers of voting that many people don't know about.

Stacey Abrams' Stance

During an interview about the untitled documentary, Stacey Abrams said:

"As the 2020 election approaches, this documentary will help voters realize the power of their voices, and it will inspire them to overcome the obstacles of voter suppression."

To watch Stacey Abrams protect voter rights, expose injustice and systemic inequality look out for the release date on Amazon.

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