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Collected Item: “Race and social justice in the 2020 presidential election”

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Race and social justice in the 2020 presidential election

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In the interview, Rashawn Ray discussing race and voter suppression. He discusses the history of voter suppression and how it can be used against various communities of color and how it is being used today. He also discusses the many ways this practice affects communities and our country as a whole.

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#ASU, #HST580, #SocialJustice, voter suppression, Donald Trump, Texas, ballot, election, race,

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The Brookings Cafeteria, Rashawn Ray and Fred Dews

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