The North Carolina movement that’s spreading across the South stages its first major event of the year.
Take 3 minutes to watch Lewis describe meeting President Kennedy after the march.
The to-do list in the post-Shelby County landscape is formidable.
A longtime funder of voting rights work, Geri Mannion of the Carnegie Corporation reacts to yesterday’s decision.
An overview of the advocacy efforts around the Supreme Court case.
The Voter Empowerment Act could combat many of the voting problems we saw in 2012.
More evidence that we still need the Voting Rights Act: The racial bias that led to it is alive and well.
The Supreme Court’s announcement it will hear a challenge to the landmark voting law means it will be focusing on the keystone in the arch of protection for people of color in America.
The experience of working with the Election Protection Coalition only added to my resolve that we need sensible reforms to empower American voters.
Calls telling voters in Florida and Virginia they can “vote by phone” are not a new deceptive tactic — but they are happening earlier than usual this election cycle.