Trump administration nominating judges who back voter suppression
In the last two weeks, three different federal courts have ruled that Texas discriminated against certain voters. This prompted many voting rights advocates to point out that white supremacy does not always come with a white hood or carrying torches in a march. Around the same time, faith leaders around the country launched a “righteous resistance” campaign to highlight and combat efforts to suppress voter participation, particularly among communities of color.
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