“Voting is about honoring those ancestors, honoring what they fought for and what they sacrificed for our right to vote,” she said.

“Let’s not let anybody take our power from us. We know the power of our voice, we know at election time, the power of our voice is expressed through our vote, we’re not going to let anybody take us out of this game. We are present. We are, we are active. And we know what’s at stake and we honor our ancestors every day.”

“[O]n one hand you have Joe Biden, who has the knowledge and the courage enough to use the term and speak those words, ‘Black Lives Matter.’ On the other hand you have Donald Trump, who refuses, and will never say Black Lives Matter,” she added.