Tag Archives: Voting Rights Act of 1965

Déjà Vu All Over Again – Selma to Montgomery March – 2012

By Linda Tarrant-Reid “Ain’t nothin’ changed, but the date.”  Sadly, no truer words have been spoken, especially given the sweeping initiatives by Republicans today to turn back the clock to the Jim Crow Era, where individuals’ rights were legislated away … Continue reading

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The Campaign Season is Upon Us

By Linda Tarrant-Reid We all know the drill, lawn signs pop up out of nowhere a month before the actual election, mailboxes are stuffed with campaign literature, and robocalls asking for your vote interrupt your evening meal.  I’m talking about … Continue reading

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