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The story of Betty Riddle: from prisoner to paralegal and activist

As soon as she was given the right to vote, it was taken away from her. Meet Betty Riddle, an ex-prisoner turned paralegal, who is fighting for former felons' right to have their voice heard.

10/29/2020 12:27 PM

6 comments

  • Aileen S.
    10/30/2020 09:27

    Just think, so, so many of us take our right to vote for granted. I know that I did. I will never think about it the same way again. People who have paid their debt to society deserve the right to vote as much as anyone else, as I’ve learned from this very educational video.

  • Linda H.
    10/30/2020 06:25

    No

  • Heather C.
    10/30/2020 00:45

    Thank your for this story.

  • Virgilio C.
    10/29/2020 15:43

    There is ZERO corruption or cheating in voting!! EVERYONE should vote, the truth will be revealed. THE WORKS KNOWS TRUMP IS THE WORST idiotic incompetent raciest loser to be a President. BIDEN HAS ALREADY WON!! All Tump-panzees HIDE! Everyone is coming for you, you will pay for your stupidity!!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Only REAL Americans vote for Biden.

  • Nevin S.
    10/29/2020 12:57

    MAGA 2020 end the Biden Corruption and leftist lies

  • Charity A.
    10/29/2020 12:36

    Every time you are afraid. Every time you are nervous. Every time you have knots in your stomach. Remember, Allah is with you.