How Native Americans’ right to vote has been systematically violated for generations | US news | The Guardian

The rights of indigenous communities – including the right to vote – have been systematically violated for generations with devastating consequences for access to clean air and water, health, education, economic opportunities, housing and sovereignty. Voter turnout for Native Americans and Alaskan Natives is the lowest in the country, and about one in three eligible voters (1.2 million people) are not registered to vote, according to the National Congress of American Indians. Source: How Native Americans’ right to vote has been systematically violated for generations | US news | The Guardian