As we near the end of Black History Month, it’s important to reflect on everything that Black Americans have achieved and endured—as well as the many ways that they have tirelessly fought to improve a deeply flawed country. It is also a time to reflect on issues that matter most to Black Americans today, and the many areas in which Black people are still fighting for justice and equality. Marcia Johnson-Blanco, the co-director of the Voting Rights Project at the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, and Danyelle Solomon, the Vice President of Race and Ethnicity Policy at the Center for American Progress join Generation Progress guest hosts Edwith Theogene and Charlotte Hancock to talk about voting rights for Black Americans in 2020 and the power of women of color voters.

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