Democratic Party, Georgia, Mississippi discussed on Keep Hope Alive
Even look Carolina is really is a is an ongoing struggle in a ballot that now they're actually just passed a voter ID law that folks have been pushing back for years and years and years, you're looking at Gerry man, some of the worst gerrymandering in the country happened in south and North Carolina. Which is why you can get more democratic votes. You get the Democrats get less because dot com. The. We've got the all this has been a orchestrated concerted effort and strategy Republican Pap party to undermine the democratic process. This is what walk into said over and over again if we take this out back. Changed a nation in those former sleep fix the ratio number between blacks advice, if they looks quite sample Oskar Orlando like five hundred fifty thousand blacks on registered in two thousand one but your changes everything in Georgia for six hundred thousand on the books unregistered stays thousand move voters. So when when when the black votes are come to live in the south is why Brown allies, it changes everything for the whole nation. Yes. Right after Lutely from Jackson. Decisively. Why we've literally created by vocalist. All right on our co-founded. We've studied the movement. We study what happened in Mississippi freedom Democratic Party. We we've studied inflection patterns. We studied law part of what we know if we know that literally the black vote is catalytic, and it's always been on the forefront. It's always been on the vanguard progressive change in this country. Always and the south. That's always led the way there's been this idea of we've got this red state blue state in many ways, the south has been kind of written on even by the Democratic Party because in presidential elections because of based on that strategy, but when you really look at progressive power, right where you really can flip and shift this nation is really is in the south is in the south and key places outside region as well, but that middle when we allow the voting rights of black folk in Alabama and Mississippi and Georgia that eventually strategies.