Today's Photo Id Laws are Yesterday's Beans in a Jar

August 23, 2016 Jackie Tortora

I can still recall the first time I saw what state-sanctioned discrimination looked like.

Growing up in rural Kentucky in the first half of the 20th century, I witnessed firsthand the extreme measures that elected officials would take to prevent African-American men like my father from voting.

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