Sister Antona Ebo, a Franciscan nun who marched across the Selma Bridge in 1965

Sister Mary Antona Ebo, of the Sisters of St. Louis, talks to the media about black voting rights during a civil rights protest in Selma, Ala.

In honor of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson #change #equalrights

This book recounts the three months of protest that took place before Dr.'s landmark march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery to promote equal rights and help African-Americans earn the right to vote.

15th Amendment, passed 1869, ratified 1870. That's right people. Republicans! Same ones who freed the slaves.

The real truth! Demoncrats have never wanted blacks to succeed.if demoncrats were so them and the poor, why are they still all so poor? It's lies lies lies.

It is truly astounding that less than 100 years ago, American women did not have the right to vote. This Women's History Month, we reflect on our progress and fight for the next victory that will seem just as obvious 100 years from now.

27 Badass Images Of Women Winning And Exercising The Right To Vote

A gorgeous expression of unity between black and white. I am referring to both voting rights marches and that sweet houndstooth coat.

On Aug. 6, 1965, the Voting Rights Act was signed into law. African American voters in rural Wilcox Cty., Ala., able to vote for the FIRST time after the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, line up in front of a polling station at The Sugar Shack. May, 1966  -IN MY LIFETIME-

On Aug. THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT was signed into law. ~ Photo: African American voters in rural Wilcox Cty., able to vote for the first time after the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, line up in front of a polling station at The Sugar Shack.

Baldwin & Baez • Selma to Montgomery march

James Baldwin, Joan Baez, and James Forman (left to right) enter Montgomery, Alabama on the Selma to Montgomery march for voting rights,

Diane Nash - A leader & strategist of the student wing of the Civil Rights Movement, Diane Nash was a member of the Freedom Riders. She also helped found the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) & the Selma Voting Rights Committee campaign, which helped blacks in the South to vote & have political power. A bright, focused, utterly fearless woman, with an unerring instinct for the correct tactical move at each increment of the crisis; a leader, with flawless instincts.

7 Of The Most Unrecognized Women in Black History

Diane Nash - A leader & strategist of the student wing of the Civil Rights Movement, Diane Nash was a member of the Freedom Riders. She also helped found the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) & the Selma Voting Rights Committee campaign, wh

African Americans vote in Alabama in 1966, in the wake of the Voting Rights Act.  (Photograph © Flip Schulke/CORBIS)

Voter Suppression Returns

Black americans vote in alabama in in the wake of the voting rights act. (photo: © flip schulke/corbis) Bless you Momma!

An activist calls on Americans who care about voting rights to urge their state election administrators to refuse to cooperate with the Pence-Kobach Commission... In the coverage that followed the recent meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity, the media focused on the testimony of John Lott Jr., a gun researcher who argued that the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms and Tobacco’s background check system

An activist calls on Americans who care about voting rights to urge their state election administrators to refuse to cooperate with the Pence-Kobach Commission... In the coverage that followed the recent meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity, the media focused on the testimony of John Lott Jr., a gun researcher who argued that the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms and Tobacco’s background check system

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