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Warnock: GOP Voting Restrictions Resurrect ‘Jim Crow Era’

By BILL BARROW Associated Press Sen. Raphael Warnock, whose election as Georgia's first Black senator gave control of the chamber to Democrats, used his first floor...

Bloody Sunday Memorial Honors Late Civil Rights Giants

The commemoration of a pivotal moment in the fight for voting rights for African Americans honored four giants of the civil rights movement who...

OP-ED: On Bloody Sunday’s 56-Year Mark, President Biden’s Words Remind Americans That Democracy Needs...

NNPA NEWSWIRE — “Fifty-six years ago, Bloody Sunday marked a turning point in our nation’s civil rights movement. The brutal assault on peaceful civil...

Warnock and Ossoff Wins in Georgia Have Biden and Democrats Feeling ‘Peachy’

Following a near-decade war against the Voting Rights Act and the undisputable suppression of hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of African American Democratic votes, Republicans lost the White House and the Senate, in large part, because traditionally red states like Georgia flipped.

Ancestor of first Black California elections chief never voted

By MICHAEL R. BLOOD, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Shirley Weber, soon to become the first Black woman to serve as California's top elections...