Desmond Meade stood at the railroad tracks waiting for the train. Drug addicted and homeless, he wasn’t taking a trip. He was trying to take his life. But the train didn’t come. He then crossed the tracks, literally and symbolically. Something about failing at suicide turned his life around. He went from being a criminal […]
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5.9 million U.S. citizens are prohibited from voting. And of these a whopping 2.2 million of them are African Americans. When you break it down, 1 out of every 13 Blacks are not allowed to vote. These disenfranchised voters lost
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has awarded $25 million in grants to increase safety at railroad crossings, train stations and tracks across the country.
Democracy Now We are joined by Desmond Meade, president of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition. Meade is one of more than 1.3 million citizens in Florida who have lost their right to vote due to prior felony convictions. After ...
Six years ago, Desmond Meade stood along a set of railroad tracks and considered jumping in front of an oncoming train. Homeless, unemployed and recently released from prison, Desmond felt out of options, and couldn't imagine a futu...