Dupré Library Special Collections and the Guilbeau Center for Public History are hosting the first of three planned
Timely and eye-opening, “One Person, No Vote” reveals how racially-driven voter-suppression tactics persist even more than 50 years after the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This book looks at the role of gerrymandering, voter ID laws, poll closures, and more in limiting access to the vote.
Join us in discussing this book and others in "Who Gets to Vote?", an unforgettable book club that includes scholar-led discussions on voter rights.
For more information about the series, including how to participate, view Who Gets to Vote?.
Watch the livestream of each discussion on Dupré Library's YouTube channel.