A History Lesson for Non-Voters

We must vote because they could not.

Monumental courage under unrelenting racial oppression.

1950s and 1960s voting rights activists. They marched and they bled and they died for the right to vote.

As a member of a certain generation, one who lived through the ’50s and ’60s and took part in many voting rights demonstrations, I have been shocked by some of the conversations on social media among non-voters with such a…