Washington, D.C.: The right to vote is a power everyone who’s eligible should have no matter what. In 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in Washington about equality. 57-years-later his son Martin Luther King III spoke in Washington about how vital and powerful voting is to our society. Thousands marched across the country to demand protection for voting rights. The move to re-write voting accessibility would disproportionately affect people of color. So far 18 states have tweaked their voting laws. Everyone who’s able deserves the right to vote, you can’t get a true feel for America if the people who make it up can’t vote and choose who they want to be led by. IMUer’s leave us your feedback below and please be sure to subscribe in the top right corner. Let’s make the Voting Rights work for everyone!
Source & Video: Reuters
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