Voting in America: Past, Present, Future
Since the nation's beginning, the right to vote in America has been controlled by powerful white men and used as a weapon against racial minorities, women, younger, and lower-income Americans. We as a nation have made progress, but the struggle continues and it is fierce as we enter the second decade of the 21st century. What is the role of the federal government? What are the state laws that hinder or advance voting rights? In these two lectures, we'll look back in time, forward in time, and discuss pathways to action to overcome voter suppression.
Speaker: David Domke, University of Washington professor
Lectures will occur at 7 pm PDT on May 5 and May 12.
These lectures will be both Livestreamed and recorded for folks to watch on your own timing. Registrants will receive viewing instructions three days in advance of each lecture, via email.
All ticket prices provide the same material and format. Just pick the one you wish!
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Seattle, WA 98115
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