During our interview, Michaux discussed the complexities relating to North Carolinian voting rights in the last century. He spoke to some controversial issues—everything from race to Republican leadership.
What did you say in your testimony against H.B. 589?
How are voting rights today different than voting rights in 1965?
What did you tell the Republicans when they took over?
What was your relationship with Henry Frye and Joy Johnson?
Why do some Democrats refuse to say H.B. 589 is racially charged?
Is H.B. 589 about racial prejudice or Republicans holding onto power?