‘We Have To Be Relentless in Our Fight’: Thousands Protest for Voting Rights in Pair of D.C. Rallies

‘We have less voting rights now than we had in 1965 when the Voting Rights Act was signed’

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MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross interviewed voting rights activist LaTosha Brown about Saturday’s Make Good Trouble Rally, which is amplifying American concerns over voting rights legislation.

“We are right now in 2021, we have less voting rights now than we had in 1965 when the voting rights act was signed,” said Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter. “There is a lot of unfinished business that we have to deal with in this nation.”

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