Defending Our Democracy: From Census to Voting and Beyond
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
6:00-8:30PM (6:00PM - Reception / 7:00PM - Panel)
1550 W. 8th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017
*Space is limited. Please RSVP.*
It’s 2019 and our democracy faces great peril. Many Americans have had their right to vote denied, others find insurmountable obstacles en route to the ballot box, many more face less direct suppression through efforts to manipulate the U.S. Census or gerrymander voting districts. A panel of national and state experts will talk about efforts to fight back, from middle America and the South to California – from fighting voter suppression and protecting the Census, to expanding voting rights and ensuring fair representation. From the ACLU’s Census case win this summer in the U.S. Supreme Court to new fronts of litigation around voter suppression, gerrymandering, what is happening across the nation, especially in middle America and the South? And how are states like California innovating to lead the nation in voter inclusion strategies?
-Special guest Dale Ho, Director of the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project and the Fall 2019 Margaret Levy Public Interest Legal Fellow at UCLA School of Law
-Kathay Feng, National Representation Director of Common Cause
Rosalind Gold, Chief Public Policy Director of NALEO Educational Fund
-Steve Reyes, Chief Counsel for the Secretary of State Alex Padilla
Moderator: Karin Wang, Executive Director of the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy at UCLA School of Law.
Co-hosted by UCLA Law's David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy and Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
Thank you to our co-sponsors (list in formation):
ACLU of Southern California
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles
Asian Pacific Women Lawyers Alliance
Latina Lawyers Bar Association
Mexican American Bar Association
South Asian Bar Association of Southern California
Thai American Bar Association
How did you hear about this panel?
UCLA School of Law
Asian Pacific American Bar Association
One of the panelists.
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