A brief history of how Black voting rights in America developed from the first Constitutional Congress in 1776 through the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Tag: <span>civil rights movement</span>
A profile of John Lewis, an activist and politician whose pivotal role in significant moments during the Civil Rights Movement would see him recognized as one of the “Big Six” leaders despite only being in his 20s.
In the July 2020 edition of Noire News I discuss the UNICEF lead exposure report, the LAPD’s expansion of the CSP, mental health support for police officers, and how distractions are undermining the Black Lives Matter Movement.
A book review of Ella Baker and the Black Freedom Movement which was written by Barbara Ransby and tells the story of Ella Baker’s life. Visit the Noire Histoir YouTube Channel or website for the full review.