USBC Commends U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Allen v. Milligan, Upholding Voting Rights Protections

[Washington, June 9, 2023] – The U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC), a leading civil rights organization dedicated to economic and social justice, celebrates the recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in Allen v. Milligan. This historic decision, which safeguards the Voting Rights Act’s protections against diluting the votes of Black residents,
stands as a powerful defense of our most cherished Constitutional right..

USBC recognizes the significance of the Supreme Court’s ruling in rejecting ongoing efforts to dismantle voting rights protections not only in Alabama but across the nation. We firmly believe that every citizen should have an equal and unhindered opportunity to exercise their right to vote. This decision marks a pivotal moment in our continued fight for equitable representation and ensures that the voices of marginalized communities are heard and respected.

Ron Busby, Sr., USBC President & CEO, expressed his appreciation for the Court’s decision, stating, “The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Allen v. Milligan is a tremendous victory for democracy and voting rights. This crucial verdict reinforces our commitment to protecting and expanding access to the ballot box. USBC remains steadfast in our efforts to safeguard the voting rights of Black Americans and promote a fair and inclusive electoral process.”

USBC stands united with advocates and organizations dedicated to upholding voting rights and will continue to champion the cause of equal representation for all Americans.

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