Before we asked questions of our election candidates, we dropped some serious knowledge about Black people in the communities they wish to serve.
Learn and confirm what you already know about all of the areas of health in Black communities where our Blacktion Planning Teams are at work.
From food to housing, education to job, safety to racial justice, climate care to elder care - health and well-being are our rights.
See the questions we asked 2002 candidates for state-wide positions to answer for Maryland's Black residents.
Their answers become the basis for our accountability conversations and advocacy work.
Prince George's County's Black residents developed the questions based on their priorities and concerns. Candidates will be held accountable as our local PGCo Blacktion Planning Team continues its work for well-being.
Black residents of Montgomery County compiled high priority issues and questions for candidates who want their votes. The MoCo Team's work will be ongoing as they work to hold elected officials accountable and advance well-being for their communities.
Candidates for office in DC were asked to answer questions that are top of mind for Black residents. The DC Blacktion Planning team will continue the work of accountability and action for health and well-being for Black Washingtonians.