Why State and Federal Voting Rights Legislation Go Hand-in-Hand
Detained and Disenfranchised: Overcoming Barriers to Voting from Jail
South Carolina Racial Gerrymandering Case: Alexander v. South Carolina NAACP
A Shared Struggle: Disability Rights and Racial Justice
American Redefined: How Language is Weaponized to Oppress and Marginalize
In An Alarming Departure from Long-Settled Precedent, U.S. Supreme Court Holds Harvard and UNC’s Admissions Practices Unconstitutional
Shelby Got Us Here: Voting Rights 10 Years After Shelby County v. Holder
Historic Win: U.S. Supreme Court Rules Alabama’s Congressional Map Violates the Voting Rights Act by Diluting Black Political Power
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Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Delays Hearing to Select New Congressional Map in Louisiana
In Win for Black Voters, Supreme Court Rejects Alabama’s Appeal in Milligan and Reaffirms State Must Draw Second Opportunity District
LDF Files Amicus Brief in Cop City Case
Plaintiffs Celebrate Victory In Challenge To Mississippi H.B. 1020
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