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Posts Tagged with "1965 Voting Rights Act"

In the wake of the Supreme Court voting rights ruling

June 29, 2013

“Now more than ever, we, as citizens of this great nation, regardless of your age, gender or skin color must get engaged on issues that are vital to move this country forward. We must pull together and encourage elected officials from the state level to the highest levels of government to enfranchise voters rather than disenfranchise them. The work begins anew, for the future of this country.”

Sexism and discrimination in sports: l’affaire Ines Sainz

September 26, 2010

If the “unprofessional” behavior by Jets players had happened to anyone other than Ines Sainz, who markets herself on her looks and sexuality, perhaps aspects of this story would be worth investigating. But because it is Ines Sainz we’re talking about, consider the possibility Sainz is nothing more than an agent provocateur, a bomb thrower if you will.

A glimpse into the life of Honorable James Edward ‘Billy’ McKinney

July 16, 2010

Billy McKinney was elected to the Georgia State Legislature after the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. His position in the Legislature was accompanied by that of his daughter in 1989. Billy and Cynthia served as the first father-daughter team of lawmakers in the history of the state of Georgia.

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