Black People : Quasi-Constitutional Law ( Voting Rights Act is One )

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Designated 3/5 of a person or citizen was used to have more voting power.

One lie told to us and one that many Blacks believe is that voting doesn't matter, doesn't count.
We were written into the Constitution
, ( 3.5 of a citizens vote ) Not 3.5 of a Human as many say, believe and still state.
It was done so Southerners could cheat and have more counted votes during elections.
So the slaves were counted as 3/5 of a vote

White racist America doesn't want us to have that power ..
so suppressing the vote, voter intimidation and brutal treatment and denial of rights have been the norm for years.

VOTE 2020
If you were born before 1965.. You know how hard we had it.
Dying for that right to vote.

The voting rights act is a ( quasi-law )

A Quasi Contract is an obligation invoked by law in the absence of an agreement. Its purpose is to create a legal duty where, in fact, no promise or agreement was entered into by the parties.

If it was a solid law.. why must it continuously be renewed?
The renewal is coming up.. Ask Jesse Jackson
about this one..

It is all we have. Use it or loose it!
Without it we have no change mechanism
To change anything use what you have to Get what you Need

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Often misinterpreted to mean that African Americans as individuals are considered three-fifths of a person or that they are three-fifths of a citizen of the U.S., the three-fifths clause (Article I, Section 2, of the U.S. Constitution of 1787) in fact declared that for purposes of representation in Congress, enslaved blacks in a state would be counted as three-fifths of the number of white inhabitants of that state.
The three-fifths clause was part of a series of compromises enacted by the Constitutional Convention of 1787. The most notable other clauses prohibited slavery in the Northwest Territories and ended U.S. participation in the international slave trade in 1807. These compromises reflected Virginia Constitutional Convention delegate (and future U.S. President) James Madison’s observation that “…the States were divided into different interests not by their…size…but principally from their having or not having slaves.”
 
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