Sen. Elizabeth Warren received an endorsement Thursday from a group of more than 100 Black women and gender-nonconforming activists. In a video released by Black Womxn For, a political safe space for all Black folks who do not claim male identity, the group's leadership explained that while every candidate has flaws, Warren was the candidate that most embodied the causes for the empowerment of all people.

“We endorse Senator Warren with the full weight of accountability,” the group announced in a statement on its website. “Our endorsement is not a blanket approval of all of her acts, both past, present, and future but rather a firm and calculated understanding that should she fall short of her commitments to us and our communities she will be held to account.”

Warren's campaign has been working to improve her support from the Black community. The Massachusetts senator has secured multiple prominent endorsements, with the latest being from Rep. Ayanna Pressley, who broke away from the other members of "The Squad" who all endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders. 

For her part, Warren has accepted the endorsement as a responsibility, tweeting that she is committed to continuing the fight for the issues that made her the group's choice in the first place. 

"Black trans and cis women, gender-nonconforming, and nonbinary people are the backbone of our democracy and I don't take this endorsement lightly," Warren tweeted. "I'm committed to fighting alongside you for the big, structural change our country needs."

Last month, a Quinnipiac poll showed Warren's popularity at 20% among Black voters, an improvement from 10% in August but still well behind former Vice President Joe Biden who stands at 36%.

Warren is set to take the stage at the next Democratic debate on Nov. 20 at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.