An inspiring film! To understand what so many did to gain the vote, how it impacts our lives and then see the threats to voting now can motivate us to Get Out the Vote in this critical election.
Heather Booth – Legandary Activist/Organizer
May 7, 2021 Texas and Florida are the Front lines of Voter Suppression
The GOP is racing ahead with sweeping new laws designed to impact voter turnout, with their target being urban areas packed with opposition voters.
Apr 28, 2021 Arizona International Film Festival Honors "Let The People Decide"
Winning awards is never what making a film like this is about, but it's always nice to be validated in a way that shows the message is getting through. Many thanks to the Arizona International Film Festival for screening "Let The People Decide" and singling it out for recognition.
Apr 25, 2021 Texas GOP Targets Cities In Voting Fight
There is not a Red State/Blue State divide in the US, rather the divide is more Rural/Urban.
That is playing out in a big way in Texas, Georgia and other states with growing diverse populations in cities within GOP states.
Apr 20, 2021 Senate Takes Up Voting Rights
Senate Democrats on Tuesday renewed their push for a national expansion of voting rights, summoning leaders from the battleground state of Georgia to help build a public case that Congress should intervene to lower state barriers to vote.
Mar 18, 2021 Voting Rights Under Threat
by Ron Fein, John Bonifaz and Ben Clements
The presidential inauguration was less than two months ago, and yet voting rights are already under serious threat around the country.
Aug 3, 2020 Ninth Annual Whistleblower Summit and Film Festival – Peter Briccetti
Gavin Guerra’s Let the People Decide takes an unflinching look at the unsettling similarities between the voter suppression laws of the Jim Crow era South and modern attempts to restrict voting rights. ...By letting both sides speak freely and fairly, the film truly echoes the sentiment of its title and lets the viewer decide what to believe, based purely on the strength of the arguments.