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Jim Flowers
In Mobile, Alabama, a redistricting map adopted last August could give voters the opportunity to elect a majority-Black council, but a proposal to annex predominantly white areas west of the city could once again dilute Black voting strength. “I’m not against annexation, but I am against annexing our way out of a majority-Black city,” says the Rev. Jim Flowers, director of All Saints Episcopal Church in Mobile. (Credit: Liz Vinson/SPLC)