Formerly Incarcerated

Dismissing the charges is only one step toward justice for Moses. Her voting rights still need restoration.

The decision ends a racist practice that dates back to the end of the Civil War.

The democratic process of voting has long excluded people based on what is known as criminal disenfranchisement laws—meaning each state has regulations that strip a person’s right to vote if they have a past felony conviction.

With the election about a month away, Clinton is talking to Black men about jobs, family, and social justice.