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Ken Myers 2h
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Mr.Womack Aug 12
I always wondered WHY we needed the of 1965 especially in light of the but now I'm getting it. People will always find a way to oppress, get ahead, game the system, etc. 😒 So now we have to legislate morality. Hmm.
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Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris 24h
Replying to @AsmCottie
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Mike Schiller 🌵 Aug 18
Dear Time to bring the back. And also pass an update to the to get back to pre-Shelby enforcement
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Professional Women’s Roundtable Aug 14
Even though the was supposed to provide protection & equality, voting is still difficult for many modern women. Barriers such as transportation, childcare & employment still prevent women from exercising their right to vote
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🌊PoliticalAnt🐜(a.k.a. @JazzLuvnAnt🎷)🌊 Aug 16
Why Are Conservatives Trying to Destroy the ? via
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Professional Women’s Roundtable Aug 14
During our "Political Me" event on Sept 17, we will honor the and the , while highlighting ways that are still actively suppressed today. Join us & find out how to reach your full political potential.
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Daria Neal Aug 15
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Professional Women’s Roundtable Aug 14
In 2020, the prohibiting voter discrimination based on gender turns 100 years old. However, while historic, it only benefited white women. For decades, women of color were unable to vote - not until 1965 when the was passed
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Jacqueline Keeler Aug 12
I imagine there will be even less for
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Proud Lover of #American & Canada Maria M P Aug 16
due to how about the do, knowing No computer vote only paper Two people monitor the booth from & & private security of the boxes to be counted is very important
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I've Been Mugged Aug 12
Very troubling findings: "Study Finds Higher Rates of Voter Roll Purging in States With Histories of Racial Discrimination" -
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Marco McWilliams Aug 18
Replying to @ImmoralElite
🤔 That’s interesting because no one in a southern state (where white women had been voting quite comfortably) got that memo until 1965. 🤷🏾‍♂️ 🤷🏾‍♂️ 🤷🏾‍♂️ 🤷🏾‍♂️ 🤷🏾‍♂️ 🤷🏾‍♂️ 👨🏼
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Jon Day Aug 16
Why the fight to uphold the and reduce is critically important.
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Sam Wilson Aug 17
I hate to be , but who didn't know all that before ? People voted for him anyway... 🙄 We gotta: organize; bring in new voters; deal with ; & Be ready! GOP will cheat... again!
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Gloria Law Aug 10
matters, because we people with skins, black, brown, etc. suffer retaliation for doing right and stood up for truth against race discrimination and civil lawsuit. I sued my white employer the Defendant+GROUP retaliated me suffer injustice! PTSD!
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FRSO | Freedom Road Socialist Organization Aug 11
8/11/1965 Sparked by an incident of police brutality against an African American teenager, 30,000 people partook in the Watts Riots (or Watts Rebellion) that took place in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles from August 11 to 17, 1965.
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Teresa Tomlinson Aug 15
This is why I am fighting to restore the . We should provide enhanced ballot access, not make things more difficult for voters. 😒 Federal oversight is necessary to ensure these decisions make sense.
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UCC Justice & Witness Ministries Aug 15
This week's written by the Director of our Washington DC office, Sandy Sorensen, reminds us of the recent anniversary of the , and draws attention to the woefully inadequate voter rights protections in place today.
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Vern L 9h
🤔👉...hmm seem to be a bit ignorant on and evolution of Political Parties, due to (mostly started KKK at a meeting in a Southern State in 1865), post and post ?
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