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The History Of Black Voter Suppression — And The Fight For The Right To Vote | NBC News

NBC, 12 Sep 2020
LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter explains the voter suppression that Black voters have faced throughout the years, from activists fighting for the right to vote in 1965’s civil rights marches in Selma, Alabama to the long lines in 2020’s presidential primaries in Georgia.
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The History Of Black Voter Suppression — And The Fight For The Right To Vote | NBC News
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