ONR 1-08-21: American Democracy and the Vote Part 1 - How safe is your right to vote?

Dudley Najieb explores how history may be strangely repeating itself--similar to the current insurrection on the nation's capitol


By ONME Newswire

ONR producer host, Julia Dudley Najieb, comments and reviews on the latest insurrection at the nation's capitol in Washington, D.C. Dudley Najieb looks at the history of other elections in our U.S. history compared to the 2020 Presidential Election; more similarities than differences are surprisingly revealed.


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Finally Dudley Najieb reviews the three experts who break down the safety or lack their of concerning the right to vote: Judith A. Browne Dianis, Dr. Gabriela D. Lemus and Myrna Perez, Director.


In this episode, featured expert, Browne Dianis, a civil rights attorney and co-director of the Advancement Project talks about how the recent insurrection was not because of fear, but due to the idea of having to share power; white supremacist are watching the rise in power among people of color who are becoming the majority.


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