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Voting Rights of Students at Black College in Doubt
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Voting Rights of Students at Black College in Doubt

Voting Rights of Students at Black College in Doubt

Voting Rights of Students at Black College in Doubt
Only Available in Archive Formats.

A district attorney in Waller County, Texas, argues that students from a historically black college do not automatically qualify to vote locally. NPR's Tavis Smiley discusses the controversy with Rodney Ellis, state senator from Houston, and Frank Jackson, mayor of Prairie View, Texas.

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