Over 70 years ago, a brave young woman was among the first African-Americans to defy threats from the Ku Klux Klan and Jim Crow-era literacy tests, and successfully register to vote in North Carolina. Now age 92, Rosa Nell Eaton finds herself fighting for those rights all over again. Recently arrested for taking part in the “Moral Monday” protests, she tells us why she’s still on the front lines of this battle, and NC NAACP head Rev. William Barber explains the ugly details of voter disenfranchisement 2.0.

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