Black Voters In Miami Ponder Election Aftermath

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From left, Carron Case, Rebecca King, Makisha Noël and Noadia Doirin discuss President Obama's legacy at a Living Room Project conversation on Saturday, Nov. 12. (Kate Stein/WLRN)

Black and African-American voters played a key role in electing Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 — but they didn’t turn out with the same enthusiasm in 2016 for Hillary Clinton.

One Miami-area group has been getting together to talk through what’s next.

Kate Stein (@stein_katherine) from Here & Now contributor WLRN reports.

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