PODCAST: Episode 1.1, Voting Rights – from the Andrea Mitchell Center
Posted by Andrea Mitchell Center on October 15, 2019
Listen to the Mitchell Center Podcast Episode 1.1: The Enduring Threats to Voting Rights – Ari Berman.
Since the Voting Rights Act of 1965, many have celebrated the expansion of voting rights to more Americans. Journalist ARI BERMAN (Mother Jones) has focused his reporting on areas where disenfranchisement not only endures, but has actually gotten worse in recent elections. In his conversation with political scientist Matthew Berkman, Berman discusses the complexities of the current situation – where, depending on the state, rights are either expanding or being suppressed – while emphasizing the clear fact that, while both parties are guilty of some practices such as gerrymandering, it is the Republican Party that is determined to hamper the ability of many citizens to vote.
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