Carol Anderson Discusses "One Person, No Vote"

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September 25 is National Voter Registration Day, where community and government groups  work together to make sure anyone eligible to vote in November is registered. But despite such efforts, an Emory University history professor finds in a new book that a much longer history of voter suppression efforts have kept marginalized voting groups from making it to the polls.  We will sit down with professor Carol Anderson and discuss her latest book, "One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression Is Destroying Our Democracy."   

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Carol Anderson, Ph.D., Professor African-American Studies, Emory University, Author, "One Person, No Vote"

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