BET Election Protection You Have the Right to Vote


Subjects: Civics, Ethics & Communities, History, Social Studies
Grade Level: 9-12
Source: BET Networks

BET Networks and its coalition partners present Election Protection – You Have the Right to Vote.  Working 365 days a year to advance and defend your right to vote.

The Election Protection website is dedicated to educating viewers on the importance of registering and casting your ballot.  The extensive site shares the history behind the 1965 Voting Rights Act along with other voter topics that educate communities of color and younger Americans on their civic duty.  There is also an online U.S. map that outlines the voter requirements by state and an Election Protection smartphone app.

BET Election Protection You Have the Right to Vote

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