Juneteenth is a reminder that we must never give up no matter how tough or trying the times. This year, it is especially important that we all speak up.
Minority Voting Rights articles on Democracy Chronicles
Equal minority voting rights still face significant obstacles including in registering to vote and casting ballots. Attempts to manipulate the law in new ways that will disadvantage minority communities continue nationwide. Also see our sections on American democracy and our articles on the Voter Access, African-American Voting Rights, Latino Voting Rights or Native American Voting.
The 1619 project may have been highlighted as an example of CRT’s use in journalism, hence the tagline “the 1619 Project is CRT.”
Despite some progress, there are structural problems preventing disabled people from participating in the electoral process as a candidate.
On Monday, a group of Montana tribal nations filed a lawsuit challenging two new laws they say disenfranchise American Indian voters.
2020 was consistent with trend of declining House competition despite defeat of Democrats by Republican women, candidates of color.
Georgia signed into law a new bill that arguably codifies voter suppression. This law is set to have long-term effects on American democracy.
For the past decades, Republicans across our nation have been engaged in a systematic, and modern era attempt at Interposition and Nullification.
The US Census Bureau’s has not yet released redistricting data and the delay may have an effect on Alabama’s Black community.
The Montana House on Wednesday shot down a bill that aimed to expand voting opportunities for Native Americans.
Six White Georgia lawmakers stood behind the governor as he signed a sweeping voter suppression law. Outside, a Black Democratic lawmaker was arrested.