the wrong skin color
Celebrating 51 Years of the Voting Rights Act
Donna Brazile

There’s nothing “wrong” with our skin color. I get that you mean this tongue-in-cheek, but I never like describing people who are in the right as wrong. Better phrasing should put the onus on those who deny voting rights based on skin color or any other trivial distinction. Excellent essay otherwise, this is a very timely recognition. Thank you and congrats on your new appointment!

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