Gilda R. Daniels is an associate professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Daniels has worked as a deputy chief in the Civil Rights Division’s voting section at the Department of Justice in the Clinton and Bush administrations. She has more than a decade of voting rights experience, bringing cases that involved various provisions of the Voting Rights Act, the National Voter Registration Act and other voting rights statutes. Before beginning her voting rights career, Daniels was a staff attorney with the Southern Center for Human Rights, representing death-row inmates and bringing prison condition cases. She also clerked in the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals with Judge Joseph W. Hatchett. Daniels is author of Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America.
Gilda R. Daniels talks about her book, Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America, a story of historical efforts of voter suppression and the modern-day dangers that face voters now.
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