Civil rights leaders reflect on the achievement of the Voting Rights Act and the challenges that threaten the fundamental right to vote.
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New laws in GOP-controlled states have added new barriers to the ballot box for Black voters. But we’ve been here before.
The plaintiffs in a redistricting case in Alabama say lawmakers defied a court ruling to give Black voters a second majority-Black district.
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Warnock says the issue of voter suppression is a “911 emergency,” and a legislative response is crucial to sustain American democracy.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin weighs whether to restore the civil rights of convicted felons who have served their time.
Activists and experts have conflicting opinions on the Supreme Court’s decision to have Louisiana redraw its congressional map potentially.
Supreme Court lifts hold on a Louisiana case that could force the state to redraw congressional districts to boost Black voting power.