The Voters Right Act of 1965 was hard won. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was at the forefront of the struggle. In a 2013 case before the U.S. Supreme Court – Shelby County v. Holder, key parts of the law were struck down. Voter justice escaped minorities – particularly Blacks. Restoring federal voter protections now rest in our Legislative branch of government. A body divided over doing the right thing. Our government must act to ensure full democracy for all. We must march on until victory is won. In hommage to the “Dreamer”.