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Black immigrants like 21 Savage are caught in a unique bind, where they risk dire consequences if they don’t sand away both their racial identities and their identities as immigrants.
Giving felons the right to vote connects us to our communities and gives us a voice in the laws that affect all of us. It gives us hope and reaffirms our fundamental humanity.
It is not fair if prisoners can vote while victims and the community are still suffering from the tragedy of losing their loved ones or witnessing a crime.
If the true aim of rehabilitation is to restore a felon so that he or she can be a law-abiding and productive citizen, then felons must regain and retain their right to vote.
"My right to vote, my political voice, no longer exists. It is as if I have come down with a sort of state-imposed case of civic laryngitis."