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Democracy 101 @ CSU

Learn how to become an engaged citizen by learning about important issues and voting.

The George Floyd Protests, Systematic Racism, and Voter Suppression in the 2020 Election

The George Floyd Protests, Systematic Racism, and Voter Suppression in the 2020 Election 

Dr. Edward Horowitz of the CSU School of Communication interviews Sharon Broussard, a former editor at the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com who is now the project coordinator of the Northeast Ohio Solutions Journalism Collaborative, a collaborative of 20+ Northeast Ohio news outlets covering the pandemic's impact on marginalized communities. They discuss what impact the George Floyd protests may have on ending systematic racism and the problems of voter suppression in the 2020 Election.  

Learn more about how the Supreme Court’s 2013 ruling in Shelby County v. Holder invalidated a key portion of the Voting Rights Act of 1965