In the msnbc original series "Generation to Generation," we take a side-by-side look at the work of civil rights leaders from the '60s and their modern-day counterparts. We're thrilled to announce that several of the leaders featured in the series have agreed answer questions directly from the msnbc.com community.
To kick off the series Rev. Dr. William Barber, who spearheaded the "Moral Mondays” protests against North Carolina’s restrictive voting laws, responded to your questions. Below, Rev. Barber explains his voting rights activism and how to get involved in the movement.