Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Voter Suppression: Disenfranchizing Black and Poor Americans

"An uncomfortable relationship to the political activism of blacks and the poor"
Well, thankfully Rosa Parks ended racism, or this could be a problem.
It's race, class AND punditry predictions: In most elections, the intricacies of voting procedures rarely warrant headlines or interest most Americans. But in 2012, voter identification laws took ce…
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