Thousands Join Voting Rights Marches, Rallies in DC and Nationwide
Caleb Jackson, a Hampton University alum who is part of the new generation of civil rights attorneys, was eager to march. “I think young people are hyper-aware of what’s going on,” said the D.C. resident. “In the last eight years or so, people realize how important elections and voting rights are.” The Make Good Trouble Rally not only centered voting rights, but highlighted a range of issues: DC Statehood, ending the filibuster; stemming gun violence; reparations; immigration reform and climate change.
Read the full article here.