When I finished graduate school, I told my cousin Rev. Christopher Walls, Sr. that I would never go to school again.
He replied, correctly I might add, that school never ends because learning is a lifelong journey.
Unfortunately, the same can be said about the fight for voting rights in the African-American community.
Although gains were made in the fight against voter suppression with the help of people like Stacey Abrams in states like Georgia, the system is still designed to prevent African-Americans and other minorities from having a voice in this country.
Read the full article here: http://www.regalmag.com/thankful-voter-suppression-tactics-did-not-work-this-time-a-2387.html