Lunch & Learn: Voting, Social Equity, & Impacts on Local Elections: Where do we go from here?
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Please note that this event is TUESDAY, not Monday as was written in the newsletter. As we celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment, which legalized women's suffrage, we recognize that inequities and imperfections persist in voting. The November election, which will take place during a national pandemic and amid controversy, will test our electoral processes. Join us at our kick-off Lunch & Learn for a panel discussion as three experts examine how voting practices impact our elections.

9/22/2020
When: Tuesday, September 22, 2020
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Where: Zoom link
Charlotte, North Carolina 
United States
Contact: Fielding Williams
704-707-4292


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As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which legalized women's suffrage, we recognize that inequities and imperfections persist in voting. The November General election, which will take place during a national pandemic and amid controversy, will test our electoral processes.

 

Join us at our kick-off Lunch & Learn event for a panel discussion as three experts examine how voting practices impact our elections.

 

Panelists Delores Johnson Hurt, President of the League of Women Voters of Charlotte-Mecklenburg County; Melody Crowder-Meyer, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Davidson College; and Retired Judge Yvonne Mims Evans will lead a data-driven conversation.

 

Topics will include voter suppression, inequity and representation, and ways voter identity and candidate information affect our local elections.

 

RSVP by September 18. The Zoom address will be provided upon registration. We are accepting questions for our panelists in advance of the event.  Send your questions to Karen Knoble or Ashley Varnado

 

Please note that this event is Tuesday, September 22 (not Monday, September 21 as shared in the August newsletter).

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