The Fight To Protect Voting Rights Must Continue

The Voting Rights Act paved the way for Black voters to seize the ballot and mobilize communities in a way that hadn’t been available to them before.

The Texas primary was the first in the nation this year and the complete shut out of whole groups of the electorate could spell serious trouble for other voters across the nation who live in states where lawmakers have rooted similar barriers.

Voting rights advocate in Texas. Latina. Painter. Climber. One of the folks behind Our Vote Texas — https://ourvotetexas.org/

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Valerie Street

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Voting rights advocate in Texas. Latina. Painter. Climber. One of the folks behind Our Vote Texas — https://ourvotetexas.org/

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