Federal judge lets North Dakota Republicans block Native Americans from voting.

Here’s an example of modern day voter suppression.

Republicans’ voter ID law is designed to disenfranchise Native Americans. It’s working.
— Read on slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/11/federal-judge-lets-north-dakota-republicans-block-native-americans-from-voting.html

Watch Night 2020

January 1st is a significant day in civil rights history.  On January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation which proclaimed that “all persons held as slaves … are, and henceforward shall be free.”  It is said that slaves in the confederate states watched all night on December 31, 1862, to see what freedom looked like on January 1st.  Accordingly, 157 years later, in the African American culture, we continue to attend watch night services on New Year’s Eve.  Maybe in 2020, we can truly see what freedom looks like.  #freedom #watchnight #vote

 

Misinformation impedes voting rights of Illinois’ formerly incarcerated | Chicago Reporter

Restoration of rights has become a focal point in recent years.  This article highlights the misinformation that takes place in Illinois and elsewhere across the country.   Illinois is among the few states where formerly incarcerated regain their voting rights after release, but many are misinformed and unaware.

Source: Misinformation impedes voting rights of Illinois’ formerly incarcerated | Chicago Reporter