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BET Experience 2016
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Jack Dorsey should have talked to someone before leaving the house.
Leaders push Congress to act on voting rights legislation.
Attorney General Eric Holder says people who've paid their dues should not be disenfranchised.
Leaders of the civil rights organization will travel to Geneva to report to the United Nations on civil rights issues in the United States.
We must move beyond the practice of felony disenfranchisement if we are to shed the legacy of voter suppression and increase diversity in our democracy.
Voting rights activists call for a movement to fight disenfranchisement while states ready to implement stricter laws.
Pratt Wiley will spearhead the DNC's efforts to ensure every eligible person is able to vote.
The Justice Department will join in two law suits against the state of Texas over redistricting and a new voter identification law.
Civil rights groups will use the March on Washington to mobilize Americans around voting rights.
In striking down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Supreme Court has done a disservice to voters — and history.