LDF’s Coty Montag Pens Op-Ed for The Hill: Fifty Years On, HUD Abandons Dr. King’s Vision of Integrated Communities

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, which Congress passed one week after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968. King dedicated the last years of his life to ...

Interview with LDF’s Leah Aden in Splinter News: What’s at Stake in SCOTUS Voting Rights Case

The case—Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute—is before the Supreme Court, which is poised to hear oral arguments on Wednesday morning. The legal challenge touches a lot of things—the National Voting Registration Act, the intent ...

LDF’s Sam Spital and Leah Aden in CNN Op-Ed: Voting Can’t Be Use It or Lose It

Suppose that in the last two years, you didn’t show up to vote. Perhaps you couldn’t make it to the polls, despite your best efforts, because it conflicted with your unpredictable work or child care ...

LDF’s Sherrilyn Ifill Discusses Trump’s Now-Disbanded Voter Suppression Commission on MSNBC

NAACP Legal Defense Fund President and Director-Counsel Sherrilyn Ifill joined MSNBC’s Joy Ann Reid to discuss why LDF sued Trump’s Voter Suppression Commission, and why the fight isn’t over even though the Commission has been ...

Sherrilyn Ifill Pens Op-Ed for Newsweek: Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Was Always About Race—And It Still Is

President Donald Trump’s slapdash commission on election integrity, which he disbanded earlier this week, exists now only in the dustbin of history. But we should not assume that his administration’s attacks on voters of color ...

We’re Not Out of the Woods Yet: Why Disbanding the #ShamCommission Isn’t the End of the Fight

President Trump has disbanded his sham voter fraud commission, citing lawsuits like the one LDF filed along with MALDEF and LatinoJustice/PRLDEF as an overwhelming reason. This is certainly a victory, but it’s important to know ...

LDF’s Todd Cox Discusses Voting Rights in Alabama on NewsOne Now

LDF Policy Director Todd A. Cox joins Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss voting rights in Alabama, including our letter to Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill about issues our Prepared to Vote team observed ...