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Brentin Mock

Brentin Mock

Brentin Mock is a Washington DC-based journalist and contributor to Demos blog PolicyShop on voting rights and civil rights. He also serves as a reporting fellow for Colorlines.com where he covers national politics, and as a contributor at Grist.org, covering environmental justice. He previously served as lead reporter for Voting Rights Watch 2012, a joint effort between Colorlines and The Nation magazine. You can read some his other work at Next American City, Facing South, The Root, In These Times, American Prospect and The Washington Post.

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Brentin Mock

Brentin Mock

Brentin Mock is a Washington DC-based journalist and contributor to Demos blog PolicyShop on voting rights and civil rights. He also serves as a reporting fellow for Colorlines.com where he covers national politics, and as a contributor at Grist.org, covering environmental justice. He previously served as lead reporter for Voting Rights Watch 2012, a joint effort between Colorlines and The Nation magazine. You can read some his other work at Next American City, Facing South, The Root, In These Times, American Prospect and The Washington Post.

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