Protect Black Americans' Right to Vote: Tell Congress to Restore the Voting Rights Act

In 2023, the Voting Rights Act faced numerous legal challenges, signaling a precarious moment for one of the most successful pieces of civil rights legislation in U.S. history. As we honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day, it is more crucial than ever to reflect on our commitment to protecting the fundamental right to vote, especially for Black communities.

Sign this petition to urge the U.S. Congress to restore and strengthen the Voting Rights Act of 1965!

The Voting Rights Act, which initially targeted racial discrimination in voting, has been under siege with novel legal arguments, mainly in the South. These arguments threaten to dismantle the remaining protections, such as Section 2, which prohibits voting practices that discriminate on the basis of race or color. In an era of shifting legal landscapes, it is vital that we safeguard these fundamental protections.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, a cornerstone of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. In an election year, the significance of this legislation cannot be overstated. The Act has been instrumental in combating racial discrimination in voting and ensuring equal access to the ballot box.

We call on Congress to honor this legacy by restoring and fortifying the Voting Rights Act of 1965. It's time to recommit to protecting the rights of all citizens to participate in our democracy, free from racial discrimination and suppression.

Sign this petition to demand that Congress take immediate action to restore and strengthen the Voting Rights Act.

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