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Opportunity per definition will always challenge the established status quo, but that thought usually disfranchises, discourages and disengages us.
Meanwhile, an appalling number of adults--disproportionately African-American--are deprived of the vote because Florida disfranchises those guilty of nonviolent narcotics offenses.
The Reverend Youngblood set out to bring black men back into what had been a female-dominated institution; yet the way he has done so, by creating an all-male Board of Elders, effectively disfranchises the women.