S.C. Voter ID Law for AARP Bulletin – by David Walter Banks

Voter ID law

Atlanta-based photographer and LUCEO Images co-founder David Walter Banks shot a portraits series for AARP to give a face to those affected by South Carolina’s voter identification law.

The state of South Carolina painted the South as a politically and socially regressive corner of the country yet again earlier this month when the state filed a lawsuit challenging the Justice Department’s recent blocking of South Carolina’s voter identification law.  The state’s fight to uphold Jim Crow-like voter suppression laws could cost taxpayers nearly $1 million or more before it’s all said and done.  The act comes as a proverbial slap in the face to generations of civil rights activists, and an insult to South Carolina taxpayers and their already overburdened budget.

Conitnue reading and see more photos on the LUCEO blog.

Voter ID law

Voter ID law

Voter ID law

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