Until We All Count

Film Synopsis

In Georgia, hundreds of thousands of people cannot vote because of a felony conviction. Page and Kareemah, two friends who crossed paths in prison, have different stories but a common goal, to raise awareness and end the discriminatory practice of taxation without representation.

Until We All Count, a short film produced by Represent Justice Ambassador Page Dukes, reveals the way felony disenfranchisement is a remnant of Jim Crow, designed to strip the rights and suppress the votes of Black Georgians — and the work people are doing to win their rights back.

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