Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed the “Jim Crow” voting bill under a painting of a slave plantation

Atlanta, Georgia – Brian Kemp sign the 98-page Election Integrity Act of 2021 after much pushback and criticism from many around the world.

But Kemp signed the bill underneath the painting of what one has recognized as an old Georgia slave plantation. Will Bunch, a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, wrote about the significance of Kemp signing the Election Integrity Act of 2021. A bill many are looking at as an act of voter suppression and move backwards to the Jim Crow era.

Bunch writes about the portrait and explains the history of the Callaway plantation in Wilkes county, Georgia, that it portrays.

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