The Voting Rights Act is being ‘slowly choked to death,’ warns labor icon Cesar Chavez’s grandson

If Cesar Chavez were alive today, he’d be fighting for Latino voters but also African Americans and Asian Americans and members of the LGBTQ community — anyone marginalized by efforts to curb voting rights and access to the polls, the labor hero’s grandson says.

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