MP3: The Voting Rights Act Of 1964 (06.18.13)

18.06.2013

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The Voting Rights Act Of 1964 (06.18.13) MP3

As the U.S. Supreme Court considers the Voting Rights Act of 1965, host Dick Gordon speaks with an activist and a resident who were at the center of the civil rights fight in Holmes County, Miss. Source: thestory.org

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