Podcast by ACLU of Georgia
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 25: When We Take Action: Voter Rights Victory in Quitman County!
In a 4-1 decision, the Quitman County Board of Registrars voted to keep open the Morris precinct, one of only two polling locations in the county. Kenyatta speaks with ACLU of Georgia Voting Rights Attorney Rahul Garabadu and Quitman County residents Willie Anderson and Larry Wilborn to recount the journey leading to a successful defense of our democracy.
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 24: A Deeper Dive: Anti-Voter Rights Legislation in Georgia, Part 1
ACLU of Georgia executive director Andrea Young and political director Christopher Bruce join Kenyatta to discuss the mechanics and potential implications that SB-202, anti-voter legislation signed into law by the Governor could have on Georgians.
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 23: At the Capitol: Sine Die Recap, 2021 Session in Review
With the conclusion of Georgia’s 2021 legislative session, ACLU of Georgia executive director Andrea Young and political director Christopher Bruce join Kenyatta to discuss the movement of key legislation including voter rights and the right to protest.
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 22: At The Capitol: An Update with Andrea Young and Christopher Bruce
ACLU of Georgia executive director Andrea Young and political director Christopher Bruce discuss an exciting movement regarding Georgia’s controversial citizen’s arrest law and the barrage of anti-voter rights legislation currently under review by lawmakers.
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 21: At the Capitol: A Quick Round-Up and Rundown with Christopher Bruce
Kenyatta is joined by ACLU of Georgia Political Director Christopher Bruce. Bruce provides an update of threats to our sacred right to vote and on movement with the citizen’s arrest law in the wake of the one-year anniversary of Ahmaud Arbery’s wrongful killing.
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 20: At the Capitol: Legislation Burdening Georgia Voters
Kenyatta is joined by ACLU of Georgia Policy Analyst Nicole Robinson.
Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy. Yet, state legislators are introducing bills to burden citizens who vote. Listen as Nicole describes what’s happening.