VOA News: Explainer: What is a Filibuster?
VOA Learning English: News Words: Filibuster
In a video from a 1963 news conference, civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. expressed that he was against the use of the filibuster because he believed a "minority of misguided senators" would use it to keep people from voting.
Bloomberg Quicktake: MLK's Family Joins Voting Rights March in Arizona (2022)
In honor of Martin Luther King Day Jr., some of his family members spent the holiday weekend in Arizona mobilizing support for federal voting rights legislation
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