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African American Resistance In Era of Donald Trump Voter Suppression, Reparations - Michael Imhotep
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(Digital Download) Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network deals with the Donald Trump Regime and how he is reversing policies from President Barack Obama that were beneficial to African Americans.  Voter Suppression was rampant in the 2016 Election Cycle largely due to Section 5 of the Voters Right Act of 1965 being gutted because of the 2013 Supreme Court Decision of Shelby County vs. Holder.  Did you know that there were 868 fewer polling places to vote at in 2016 or that 13 new States had Voter ID Laws?  There are parallels between the circumstances behind Richard Nixon being elected President as well as Trump.  Michael Imhotep connects the dots and also deals with Reparations and how Elections Have Consequences.  The presentation was Recorded on May 25th, 2017 at the African Liberation Day Celebration in Detroit, MI. (This is a Digital Download.  The link expires after 48 hours)


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