Gary May

Gary May is a professor of History at the University of Delaware, and author of "Bending Toward Justice: The Voting Rights Act and the Transformation of American Democracy" (Basic Books; April 2013).

Antonin Scalia's frozen racial past: How his Voting Rights Act ignorance excluded millions Gary May
"Something happened to me in Selma": 50 years ago, a young white seminary student risked everything for the call of civil rights Gary May
Reconstruction 3.0: Can Moral Monday help counteract SCOTUS? Gary May
GOP and the Voting Rights Act: Can these Republicans do the right thing? Gary May
How conservatives invented "voter fraud" to attack civil rights Gary May
How to fight voter suppression Gary May
Could SCOTUS indirectly help the civil rights movement? Gary May
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