• Denai Cross

How White Fears of ‘Negro Domination’ Kept D.C. Disenfranchised For Decades


“In the face of this influx of negro population from the surrounding States, [Congress] … found it necessary to disenfranchise every man in the District of Columbia … in order thereby to get rid of this load of negro suffrage that was flooded in upon them. That is the true statement. History cannot be reversed. No man can misunderstand it.” To learn more click here.

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