What Black Voters Had to Overcome to Vote in Alabama

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“Alabama recently passed a very, very strict photo ID law, one of the strictest in the country,” said Myrna Pérez, deputy director of the Democracy Program at NYU’s Brennan Center for Justice. “The consistent studies and the consistent research [on the lack of voter fraud] all suggest that there’s some sort of political or racial motivation behind these kinds of laws.”

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What Black Voters Had to Overcome to Vote in Alabama

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