In 2013, the US Supreme Court struck down a major provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. After the court’s ruling, several states began to erect new obstacles to voting that threatened to roll back decades of progress in expanding the vote to millions of Americans. Working with New Media Mill, Park Triangle traveled to North Carolina to capture the stories of four Americans who were ultimately deprived of their right to vote by North Carolina’s new restrictive voting law, HB 589.