Episode 8: Prof. Martha Kropf of UNC-Charlotte talks about contemporary issues with voting and where we might go from here. Link to OneV’s Podcast: Episode 8
In One Nation Every Vote's first podcast, History of Voting, we discuss with leading experts pivotal moments in American democracy starting with voting during the colonial era. In this series we offer facts and information about the history of voting to bring to light the importance of this sacred democratic right and how it has evolved and been expanded over time.
Episode 7: Native American Voting Rights. Prof. Paul Rosier of Villanova University talks about the long struggles for Native Americans to access the ballot and the obstacles that still exist. Link to OneV’s Podcast: Episode 7
Episode 6: The Civil Rights Era. Professor Brett Gadsden of Northwestern University talks about the foundations of the Civil Rights Era, when voting was both a goal to achieve and the means by which to achieve it. Link to OneV’s Podcast: Episode 6