The Annual NAACP is happening in Houston, TX this week and one of the things that they  vows to work on is  registering  1 million new voters  for the November elections. The organization feels that African American’s voting rights are in jeopardy again with the new voter law, and want to make sure that everyone gets a fair opportunity to exercises their right to vote. Board Chair Roslyn Brock opened the organization’s 103rd  annual convention on Sunday and said, “Our right to vote is under attack more than at any other time in history since we passed the Voting Rights Act of 1965. She also said “We overcame then and we shall overcome now – but only if we are willing to dedicate ourselves to fighting a battle that many of us thought we had won many years ago.” To hear more, go to today’s show at


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