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Voter Education is the Way Out of America’s Voting Rights Mess

Voter Education is the Way Out of America’s Voting Rights Mess

Voter Education is the Way Out of America’s Voting Rights Mess, and with the recent defeat of the excellent voting rights legislative proposals in the Senate, I can understand how some citizens can become discouraged at this juncture.  However, we must look to the inspiring words of Dr. Martin Luther King for guidance, “We must accept finite...

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Voter Suppression Laws In Certain States Are Unfortunately Alive And Well

Voter Suppression Laws In Certain States Are Unfortunately Alive And Well

Voter Suppression Laws In Certain States Are Unfortunately Alive And Well: With all the critical events in the news these days, we sometimes lose sight of the fact that the war on voting rights is under attack in various states almost daily. Without federal legislation (The Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act,...

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In Support of the Freedom to Vote Act

In Support of the Freedom to Vote Act

You may have read that the Freedom to Vote Act, national legislation to combat voter suppression (placing barriers to voting which often discriminate against certain groups such as African-Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, young voters and disabled voters) and electoral subversion (laws that intend to overturn election results by empowering...

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Vote. Learn about your power. Richard C. Bell On Sunday Morning Magazine

Vote. Learn about your power. Richard C. Bell On Sunday Morning Magazine

Vote. Learn about your voice. Vote. Learn about your power. Richard C. Bell Speaks to Kate Daniels On Sunday Morning Magazine 10/24/21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXeE-YpaZ2A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TncNgj-rv-I Richard Bell is a New York City civil rights attorney, deeply passionate about voting. He’s the author of Voting: The...

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