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NPR Presents Michel Martin: VOTING RIGHTS.
However the story demands to be told, Michel will tell it.
NPR's Michel Martin is taking the studio to the story, she's going where the nation's most important conversations are happening. Michel joins audiences in Charlotte, NC to talk voting rights. Voting rights are under the microscope in communities across the United States and North Carolina is no exception. There are court challenges around the state’s voter ID law: from the elimination of same-day voter registration, the reduction of early voting times to the shifting demographics of voters. What’s happening in North Carolina is a window into what’s going on across the country.
Rather than radio playing out on stage, NPR Presents Michel Martin will hold fresh, dynamic conversations with a live audience and people around the world joining on social media, to explore issues through their narratives and personal experiences. Guests with different perspectives and histories will be connected in civil discourse to share ideas, hopes, frustrations and solutions. The public can take part in the conversation by following @NPRMichel on Twitter and on Facebook at Facebook.com/NPRMichel
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