Big Idea: African American Citizenship and Voting Rights with Dr. Kim Warren

Ratified in 1870, the 15th Amendment stated that a citizen’s “race, color, or previous condition of servitude” should not prevent them from voting. Dr. Kim Warren of the University of Kansas discusses African American citizenship and voting rights after the 15th Amendment with Dr. Valerie Mendoza of Washburn University for HK’s Big Idea series. Read Dr. Warren’s Big Idea essay here: https://bit.ly/3dmh7cN


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