The Fifteenth Amendment
The Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution gave black men the right to vote five years after the Civil War ended. Black girls won that correct, along with other adult females, even when the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified fifty decades later. However, having the right on newspaper and being able to work out it were two different items for several decades. In the late 1800's and during a lot of the early years of the twentieth century African Americans were disenfranchised of their right to vote from many parts of the nation through blatant intimidation, poll taxes, literacy tests, or threats of lynching. Since 2008 some states have embraced these new rules regarding state issued identification cards on the premise it's going to stop voter fraud. But, there is little if any evidence in the USA of wide-spread voter fraud in our national elections.