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User Clip: How Many Bubbles in a Bar of Soap: Alabama Literacy Tests

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November 24, 2018

Historian Sam Walker of the National Voting Rights Museum discusses the inception in the early 1900s of Jim Crow Laws establishing barriers… read more

Historian Sam Walker of the National Voting Rights Museum discusses the inception in the early 1900s of Jim Crow Laws establishing barriers to voting, including literacy tests, and how they disenfranchised existing voters as well as presenting obstacles to new voters. close

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