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Posts tagged with "Voter suppression"

Voting wrongs vs. voting Rights

Voting wrongs vs. voting Rights

Oct. 31 | By Brandon Hill Guest Commentator   In the election of 1788, laws barred poor White men from voting. In the election of 1864, laws blocked former slaves from voting. In the election of 1912, laws barred White women from voting. In the election...

Latino activists join with marriage activists: Will it work?

Latino activists join with marriage activists: Will it work?

Oct. 31 | The kerfuffle concerning undocumented immigrants and legalizing same-sex marriage are usually competing and unresolved hot-button issues for voters heading toward the ballot box. Immigration advocates and LGBTQ rights groups have long tried to get...

Voter suppression laws cast chill on Black community

Voter suppression laws cast chill on Black community

Oct. 31 |                     By Khalil Abdullah Contributing Writer   As voter suppression laws continue to be debated in states across the country, members of the African American press and voting rights...

Could voter  suppression  win this  election?

Could voter suppression win this election?

Oct. 24 |   By Renee J. Turner Guest Commentator   With the discreet, systemized, and methodical implementation of voter ID and restrictive voting laws pillaging voters of their right to vote, a call to action has not been loud enough. It’s hasn’t...