Turning Point: The Voting Rights Act, Then and Now

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1994 Ephemera: Turning Point – The 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer Published by The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Washington D.C. Authored by Frank R. Parker. Photograph taken in 1994 to commemorate Freedom Summer also known as the Summer of ‘64. This was a freelance assignment for the Washington Post.

This post in honor of the life of Trayvon Benjamin Martin

You can watch the webcast here via the Senate Judiciary website or here via Cspan

1994 Ephemera: Turning Point – The 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer Published by The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Washington D.C. Authored by Frank R. Parker. Photograph taken in 1994 to commemorate Freedom Summer also known as the Summer of ‘64. This was a freelance assignment for the Washington Post.

          This post in honor of the life of Trayvon Benjamin Martin

The Senate Judiciary Hearing will meet on Wednesday July 17th to conduct a hearing on the Voting Rights Act in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in a case from Alabama.

You can watch the webcast here via the Senate Judiciary website or here via Cspan

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These photographs recorded in Santa Maria, California on assignment. Published in the Santa Barbara News-Press and syndicated to the Associated Press, CNN and other print and broadcast outlets.

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