by Lynette Holloway onMarch 9, 2012
The NAACP hopes the U.N. will pressure states to change their voter-ID laws, which the group calls a violation of human and civil rights.
March 7, 2012
Blogging the Beltway: The group's leader told us why its 2012 State of Black America report made voting rights the focus.
January 30, 2012
Blogging the Beltway: A team of activists and Web developers is using technology to help people navigate voter-ID laws.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onJanuary 17, 2012
The attorney general says that the principle of electoral equality is still endangered.
by Michael E. Ross onJanuary 16, 2012
Before a South Carolina rally, its president told The Root of plans to fight the laws and educate young black voters.
by Leonard Pitts Jr. onJanuary 9, 2012
Though GOP lawmakers swear their interest is in combating voting fraud with new identification laws, it's hard not to feel that their true intent is to suppress the black vote, writes Miami Herald columnist Leonard Pitts Jr.
by Cynthia Gordy onDecember 22, 2011
From voter-ID bills to immigration law, this little-known organization steers American politics.
by Cynthia Gordy onDecember 7, 2011
It's not just about photo ID. A far-reaching wave of state laws will make voting in 2012 harder.
by Sherrilyn A. Ifill onDecember 7, 2011
A Republican is convicted for authorizing misleading "robocalls" -- just one tactic being used to deter voters.
by Jenée Desmond-Harris onDecember 5, 2011
A report by the civil rights organization documents efforts to suppress black, brown and young voters.
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