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It will cost to #BringItHome and we all have to be willing to pay votes and voting costs

     I wrote an article entitled “I don’t know about you but my vote will cost”. I bring up this point because, so many times people equate elections with money, and I want the candidates to understand that they have A PRICE to pay also.  Even candidates who are caught up in the world-wind victories of others, they are responsible and have a price to pay, too. ...

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 Crump Exposes False Affidavits in Little Rock ‘No-Knock’ Warrant Drug Raid Cases

his week national civil rights attorney Ben Crump and co-counsel Michael Laux presented a new video with clear and compelling information about Roderick Talley’s experience with police corruption and "no-knock" drug raids that have disproportionately affected Black residents of Little Rock, Arkansas. ...

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Getting Out the Vote:  Coming Down to the Wire!

Coming Down to the Wire! ...

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Community helps ‘Bring It Home’

Community helps 'Bring It Home' ...

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Amendment 4 offers second chances and a sensible addition to the Constitution

     Amendment 4 would end an unfair, draconian clemency procedure that has its roots dating back to the Reconstruction. If the referendum passes, it will re-instate the vote to 1.5 million citizens of Florida, a number that could significantly impact who gets elected throughout the state  in future elections. ...

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Ghana Proclaims Year of Return to African Descendants

In remembrance of the dark history and the celebration of the Black American’s triumph in the midst of grave adversity, the West African country of Ghana has officially declared 2019, the “Year of Return,” for people of color, inviting the global African family to a birth-right journey back to their home country. ...

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I have a felony conviction. Can I vote?

While many states have some restriction on felon voting rights, most states restore the right to vote to people after they complete their sentences. In fact, up to 17 million Americans with past convictions can vote right now – they just don’t know it – because the felony disenfranchisement laws in every state can be confusing. ...

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An inmate hopes this Prison Program will give him the Tools for a New Life

An unidentified prison inmate learns vocational skills in the Continuum of Care program at the Graceville Correctional Center. Many COC participants believe the program's offerings will change the course of their lives. ...

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Getting Out the Vote: Restoration of Rights; “Yes” on Amendment 4

Correcting a wrong or getting a second chance to make better is the embodiment of the spirit of redemption—and Amendment 4. One definition of redemption describes the improving of something: “The act of saving something or somebody from a declined, dilapidated, or corrupt state and restoring it, him, or her to a better condition.” Restoring the voting rights of approximately 1.7 million ex-offenders is a si ...

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Straight Talk: Republican-inspired voter suppression

Voting is the glue holding democracy together. However, the suppression of the vote only weakens democracy. Republicans make political prisoners of Crystal Mason, whereas they champion their own Republicans even when they commit voter fraud. ...

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