Voting Rights Act of 1965
Explainer: What’s At Stake In South Carolina’s Voting Map Supreme Court Case
Will the high court keep a backdoor to racial gerrymandering open?
Elected Black Alabama Mayor Says Town’s White Leaders Conspired To Block Him From Taking Office
Patrick Braxton filed a federal lawsuit to end the White monopoly on political power in the majority-Black town.
Dem Lawmakers Cry Foul After Senate GOP Rejects Voting Rights Bill
In a close vote, Republicans thwart the legislation that would have protected vulnerable Americans from voter suppression.