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Hotline: Native American Voting Rights

The Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 granted citizenship to Native Americans born in the United States, but did voting rights following? Erin Raux of the Mid-America All-Indian Museum in Wichita answers this question and more with a brief history of Native American Voting Rights.

Listen to "History of Native American Voting Rights"

 

This recording is part of the Humanities Kansas Hotline, a series of bite-sized micropresentations about Kansas stories – both serious and light-hearted – that are researched and presented by experts across the state. 

 

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