PG-13 | Amazon Prime | 1h 42m
Released in September of 2020

SUMMARY: For many white Americans the right to vote is seemingly implicit, but the reality is that there has been, and continues to be, a focused effort to suppress voting – especially in communities of color. In fact, America was founded on voter suppression as only property owning white men could vote when the Constitution was penned. A large part of voter suppression through poll taxes, literacy tests and disenfranchisement laws were racially motivated while voter purging, voter ID laws and limiting the number of polling places continue to target the poor and minorities in modern times. So, what can we do about it? Vote. Note that here is a f-bomb at the 1 hour 26 minute mark.

KEY QUOTE: “The fundamental power of democracy lives in the right to vote. If you protect that right, you create possibilities for everything else.”

DID YOU KNOW? We have distilled the media we have curated into five guided learning paths to help you learn about politics — from a Christian perspective — in your preferred learning style.



More curated movies on politics:

MOVIE: For Love of Neighbor

From activists to local board members to pastors to state senators For the Love tells the story of what it can mean to be a Christian and be involved with politics. The interviewees know that the political process can be messy, but Christians acting distinctly and getting involved, especially at the local level, is one of the best and often overlooked ways to love our neighbors. This is a highly recommended resource and a great starting point on your learning journey.

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