These Three Lawyers Are Quietly Purging Voter Rolls Across the Country

Willie Miller was born in 1948 in Noxubee County, Mississippi, an agricultural community along the state’s eastern border named after a Choctaw word that translates roughly to “stinks like fish.” As a teenager, she saw the civil rights movement transform the region, where previously no African Americans had been registered to vote. In 2000, Miller, who is … Continue reading These Three Lawyers Are Quietly Purging Voter Rolls Across the Country