African American voters, able to vote for the first time in rural Wilcox County, Alabama, line up in front of a polling station at The Sugar Shack, a local general store. After the passage of the federal voting rights law in 1965, there were almost twice as many black voters than whites. | Location: Peachtree, Alabama, USA.
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May 12th, 2020
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