Podcast playlist: Voter suppression then and now
October 19, 2020
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Voter suppression has a long, dark history in the United States, full of both legal and illegal efforts to prevent eligible people from registering and casting ballots. This podcast playlist examines that history -- and where such efforts are continuing today.
This playlist is part of The Fulcrum's partnership with The Democracy Group, a podcast network at Penn State University. All of its shows are committed to engaging in civil discourse, inspiring civic engagement and exploring the future of our democracy.
This list features episodes from member shows Future Hindsight,Democracy Matters, Democracy Works, Another Way, and Swamp Stories, as well as from Democracy in Danger and Solvable.
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