Nearly 50 activists have protested so-called “right-wing” policies enacted by North Carolina's legislature.
Nearly two dozen states are considering new voter identification requirements that advocates say will make it more difficult for voters to cast ballots in 2014 and beyond.
Without immediate action to protect voting rights, America faces a future in which voter suppression could stymie the political voice of its fastest growing voter base.
The NAACP in North Carolina is leading a widening number of protests to raise awareness of budget cuts and voting changes by the state's Republican governor.
During an MSNBC panel discussion on Black voter turnout and voting rights, a writer for the network's website said that when Republicans attack Obama, they are in essence attacking all African-Americans. "You see effigies. You see some of the T-sh...
On May 6, 1960, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Civil Rights Act of 1960, establishing federal inspection of local voter registration polls and penalties for obstructing someone's attempt to register to vote.