Rev. Dr. William Barber And Clergy Leaders To Sentence Nationwide Attempts At Racist Voter Suppression And Post Letter Of Protest To The United Nations

The group will condemn ongoing, proven acts of racist voter suppression and racial voting district gerrymandering that undermine our democratic process.
The event will culminate with attendees signing an open letter to the U.N., which accuses the Trump administration and other elected officials who promote racist voter suppression.
It’s clear that voter suppression has a consistent, negative impact on our nation’s poorest residents.
dropped its objection to a Texas voter suppression law — one a federal judge later ruled unconstitutional.
Accordingly, this fight for universal enfranchisement features prominently in the new Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival.

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