Desmond Meade is a former felon, who later graduated from the MDC Paralegal Studies Program before going on to attend and later graduate from FIU School of Law.
Click on one, or both of the links below to learn and know more about him and his role in the ex-felons voting rights restoration movement. Then anser the two posed questions.
In November 2018, Florida voters approved a constitutional amendment that restored voting rights to nearly 1.4 million ex-felons. Republican lawmakers, however, say they want to more narrowly define which ex-inmates are able to cast a ballot, a move critics consider “racist and unconstitutional.”
 In your opinion, do you agree with the constitutional amendment restoring voting rights to ex-felons?
 In your opinion, should lawmakers narrow the restoration to include certain ex-felons and exclude other ex-felons? Explain why, or why not?