This November's presidential election comes on the heels of a year of incomparable black activism.
Young activists are protesting in the streets, organizing on college campuses and disrupting campaign rallies to push for change in powerful ways.
You might expect this political energy to be reflected at the ballot box. But some activists, like Koya Graham, don't see much of a point in voting for president.
When Graham turned 18, the first thing she did was register to vote. And, year-after-year, she was a loyal voter — until this primary season.