How a little co-op helped end black voter disenfranchisement

An op-ed by David Thompson, president of the Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation, was published this week by The Post and Courier, the South's oldest daily newspaper. Click through to read about the integral role a small South Carolinian co-op played in helping to end black voter disenfranchisement. Throughout the month of February, NCBA CLUSA is highlighting the impact of cooperative leaders in shaping the civil rights movement.

Continue reading here: http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20160214/PC1002/160219625/1021/















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