Nancy Abudu

American Civil Liberties Union

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Senior Staff Attorney at the ACLU Voting Rights Project

Nancy Abudu on KCRW

Fifty-five years ago today, a historic piece of federal legislation was signed into law: The Voting Rights Act.

What voter suppression looks like today — 55 years after Voting Rights Act was signed into law

Fifty-five years ago today, a historic piece of federal legislation was signed into law: The Voting Rights Act.

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Section 5 of the  Voting Rights Act  covers all of nine states and localities in seven others whose histories of racial discrimination in voting led Congress to require them to get…

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