Louisa Posada knows voter suppression efforts are going on right here in Minnesota.
Moving ballot boxes and polling places. She knows of an instance where flares were put into a box to incinerate all the votes inside.
But despite a long history of disenfranchisement, (Native Americans didn't become legal citizens until 1924 and weren't eligible to vote in every state until 1962), there is a growing pushback: to get organized, to move as one group, and to learn about political processes and elections. "It's like reading the owner's manual," says Posada.