Deuel Ross

NAACP Legal Defense Fund

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Attorney at the NAACP Legal Defense Fund

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The 1965 Voting Rights Act paved the way for black voters in states where they'd been denied the franchise, despite the Bill of Rights and the Civil War.

The Voting Rights Act 50 Years Later: Race and the Ballot Box

The 1965 Voting Rights Act paved the way for black voters in states where they'd been denied the franchise, despite the Bill of Rights and the Civil War.

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