All In: The Fight for Democracy
Documentary | English| 102 minutes
This searing documentary traces the origins and history of voter suppression in American political history. We no longer require voters to pass incomprehensible literacy tests or pay poll taxes. But suppression to vote continues to this day: several states require extra identification; they may prohibit citizens from voting due to inactivity; they often close polling places in poorer neighborhoods. The documentary shows how the right to vote has always been a struggle in American history for people who weren’t rich White men or property owners. It took long and fierce campaigning to get Constitutional amendments passed allowing African-Americans and women the right to vote. Interspersed throughout the documentary are comments and insights from highly-respected politicians, academics, and historians.
Why Stream This Film?
- Rotten Tomatoes Score (Critics Consensus): 100%
- Metacritic Score: 78
- Critics Choice Documentary Awards: Nominated, Best Political Documentary
- The documentary received a perfect 100% Rotten Tomatoes score
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