Filter by: DemocracyElectionsLocal ElectionsState ElectionsConstitutionHistoryRacial JusticeVoting RightsGovernmentState GovernmentSupreme CourtMovementsProtestCensusDistrictingLocal GovernmentStatehood The 15th Amendment In 1870, the 15th Amendment legally granted voting rights to all men, regardless of race, no longer limiting the right to vote to white, land-owning men. Voter Rolls and Voter Purging The list of registered voters who can cast a ballot in an election. Several states have recently abused their power to purge millions of voters from the rolls. Juneteenth Juneteenth marked the end of slavery and the beginning of the fight for citizenship for Black Americans. The March on Washington In 1963, leaders of the civil rights movement organized the March on Washington to protest ongoing racial inequity. What’s up with DACA DACA provides work permits and a temporary reprieve from deportation for almost 800,000 undocumented young people.