1870: The 15th Amendment to the Constitution grants all men the right to vote, including former slaves.
Voter discrimination remains / Women and Native Americans still do not have the right to vote.
1920: The 19th Amendment to the Constitution grants white women the right to vote.
1924: The Indian Citizenship Act grants citizenship and the right to vote to Native Americans.
1964: The Federal Civil Rights Act grants all citizens, regardless of race and education, the right to vote.
1971: The 26th Amendment to the Constitution lowers the voting age to 18.
1975: The renewed Voting Rights Act eliminates pre-voting tests and requires translated voting forms.
1984: The Federal Voting Accessibility for the Elderly & Handicapped Act requires polling locations to be accessible to voters with disabilities.
Nicki Beaman Griffin. (2013, November 5). The fight for the right to vote in the United States - Ted-Ed. [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/P9VdyPbbzlI
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UpNorth Memories - Donald (Don) Harrison (Creator). Detroit MI 1913 RPPC Gratiot Avenue Modern Womens Suffrage Movement Parade Equal Rights for Women or Women's Rights Movement [Photograph: licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0]. Retrieved from https://search.creativecommons.org/photos/ce32ebd8-5634-4893-814b-b2445056e3c3
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