Maryland has been among the most aggressive states in the country over the past two years in making access to voting more equitable. Since 2020, the heavily Democratic Maryland state legislature has passed and Republican Gov. Larry Hogan signed new state laws that expand access to early voting and absentee ballots; improve voting access for […]
Author Archives: Karen Juanita Carrillo
Karen Juanita Carrillo is a Brooklyn, New York-based author and a frequent speaker on African American and Afro Latino history and politics. Her news reporting has widened knowledge about Black communities in the Americas and won awards from the New York Association of Black Journalists, New California Media Awards, and the National
Newspapers Publishers Association.
Carrillo is co-founder of the website www.Afropresencia.org, which she started to help promote the dissemination of information about Afrodescendants in the Americas. AfroPresencia is a United Nations’ accredited NGO; one of its tasks is to help organize grassroots groups who are working to provide aid to people of African descent.
You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @afropresencia.