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Date and Location

February 18, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
124 Mt Auburn Street, South Lobby, Suite 160s, Room 105

Contact

617-495-4347

Join Ash Center fellows Miles Rapoport and Tova Wang for a five-part study group examining various aspects of the burgeoning democracy reform movement sweeping through states across the country. Session 2 is entitled "Voter Suppression in 2020: What to Expect, Who is Fighting Back?" Guests include Beth Stevens from the Texas Civil Rights Project who will focus on suppression of the student vote and Jamal R. Watkins, Vice President of Civic Engagement at the NAACP. Lunch will be served. Seating preference will be given to students. No preregistration or RSVP is necessary. Throughout the semester, leading advocates, organizers and scholars on voting rights, social movements, and structural election reform will share their unique experiences and perspectives. The group will discuss democracy reform campaigns, lessons learned, and the building of a movement to make democracy more inclusive, participatory, and responsive. Email Miles_Rapoport@hks.Harvard.edu or Tovawang@hks.harvard.edu for more information.

Speakers and Presenters

​ Beth Stevens from the Texas Civil Rights Project, Jamal R. Watkins, Vice President of Civic Engagement at the NAACP

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