In majority-Black Georgia county, voting in Senate runoffs is more about fight to vote than right to vote
This piece details how the Supreme Court’s 2013 decision in Shelby County v. Holder has led to efforts to restrict voting rights and access for minority voters across the country. The piece focuses specifically on efforts in Hancock County, Georgia, to remove African-American voters from the voting rolls and efforts by African-American residents to fight back.
Young adults will be the nation’s largest voting bloc in the upcoming election and the National Voter Education Week plans to equip them with the tools and information they need to cast a ballot this fall.
A voting initiative started by several Black athletes and artists combatting systemic and racist voter suppression. This initiative aims at educating, energizing, and protecting the Black community’s right to vote.