Senate Republicans are flipping off the President of the United States by refusing to conduct a confirmation hearing for his nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.
"What the campaign hopes to accomplish is voter outreach with Latinos because of the influx due to the Puerto Rican financial crisis: Folks are literally fleeing to the mainland."
Pundits have been examining opinions within the African American community and trying to predict whether Clinton or Sanders will capture the black vote.
We've learned that a rising tide doesn't raise all boats. Some boats are buoyant yachts, others small row boats and some are stuck at the bottom.
Once again, right wingers have come up with a scheme to dilute and diminish the voting power of minorities, and they might get what they want.
The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement launched a national campaign aimed at educating Latinos on the importance of voting.
Alabama has developed new ways to prevent African Americans from voting.
All participants developed answers to problems in ways that will unify, not divide.
In Alabama, 50 years after Selma, voting rights are once more under assault.
The bill, the Voting Rights Advancement Act, would ensure that voting rights are protected in the 2016 presidential election.