Rev. William Barber: “We have to fight together” to overcome racist gerrymandering

Published on Jun 11, 2019
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, lifelong civil rights advocate and a leader of the national Poor People’s Campaign, denounces the discriminatory tactics lawmakers across the country use to gerrymander districts and disenfranchise voters. Such policies are “hurting all people, especially poor, black, brown, Latino, Asian people,” he says. “We can no longer fight in our silos; we have to fight together.”

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