The Voting Rights Act is hanging by a thread; Fla. ruling may allow Supreme Court to cut it
‘Either the Fifteenth Amendment has meaning here or it doesn’t.'
Congressional Black Caucus calls for Senate action on voting rights
Only one Republican, Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, has said she would support Democrats in passing the John Lewis measure.
These Black children changed American history. Never forget them | Michael Coard
Say their names: Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carol Robertson and Cynthia Wesley, and Sarah Collins
Pa.’s U.S. House delegation splits along party lines on sweeping voting rights package
Even though Democrats control Congress and the White House, their slim majority in a 50-50 Senate is not enough to enact into law a massive package that tackles dark money in campaigns, voter suppression and election security that requires 60 votes rather than a simple majority.
How the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Voting Rights Act opened floodgates for new restrictions
Some observers believe the Shelby County ruling has also caused kind of a ripple effect in places that weren’t subject to pre-clearance.
The landmark Voting Rights Act turns 55: For Black voters, a time to reflect
With a pivotal presidential election approaching, activists and scholars say African-Americans should continue the work of protecting Black voters’ rights.