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This Black Mayor Was Turned Away From A Polling Station Then Made A Video Calling Out Voting Rights

He had trouble verifying his identity.
Christian Spencer
 • a year ago

A Texas Man Waited 7 Hours To Vote Amid Continued Allegations Of Voter Suppression In The State

Hervis Rogers was the last person to vote at Texas Southern University, casting his ballot at 1:30 a.m.
Alyssa Curtis
 • a year ago

An Alabama Man Was Barred From Voting For Years Because He Owed The State $4

Alfonzo Tucker Jr. was unaware he even had the debt.
Alyssa Curtis
 • a year ago

Why We Must Address Online Voter Suppression Towards Communities Of Color To Protect Our Democracy

The bedrock of a representative democracy is participation. When individuals are prevented from voting ... that undermines our entire political system.
Ann Ravel
 • 2 years ago

Residents In Georgia Town Worried About Black Voter Turnout After Sole Polling Station Gets Relocated To Police Station

Civil rights leaders say elected officials violated the law when they relocated the city's only voting location.
Tomas Kassahun
 • 2 years ago

It’s Time to Get Out The People (Not Just The Vote)

"Black electoral participation and empowerment is a continuous process that does not end on Election Day."
Lumumba Akinwole-Bandele
 • 2 years ago

Black Votes Matter, Even Behind Bars

The CNN tall hall sparked a conversation on voting rights for those who are imprisoned.
Kandist Mallett
 • 2 years ago

Andrew Gillum Has A New Plan To Turn Florida Blue Before 2020

Gillum has set up a new organization to register voters and take the state in 2020.
Patrick Forrest
 • 2 years ago

‘Are Y’all Gonna Vote?’: The Wrong Question Too Many Folks Ask Black People

"As the 2020 presidential race approaches, we should consider what it means to live in a democracy where nearly half of those eligible to vote, don't."
Charlise Randall
 • 2 years ago

House Democrats Launch Investigation Into Voter Suppression In Georgia

Gov. Brian Kemp believes the House's priorities aren't in order.
Ashleigh Lakieva Atwell
 • 2 years ago

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