Race, the Right to Vote, and Voter Suppression
PLEASE JOIN US VIA ZOOM: https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Flaw-gwu-edu.zoom.us%2Fj%2F91766339655%3Fpwd%3Dci9Za04wMFVIZjgraVNkYXFyblZ0QT09

Virtual Symposium sponsored by The American Constitution Society, The Black Law Student Association, and the ACLU

Calendar links and reminders will be sent to those who RSVP!

Join GW distinguished faculty as they discuss race as it impacts voting through a multi-disciplinary lens

Featuring:
Professor Eric Arensen, History: History of Voting Policy
Professor Erin Chapman, History: African-American's Fight for the Vote
Professor Fran Buntman, Sociology: Criminalization & Voter Suppression
Professor Spencer Overton, Law: Voter Suppression via Social Media
Professor Stephen Pershing, Law: Cases & States to Watch in 2020

Friday event details:
On the Ground 2020: Voting Rights Rundown
Friday, 10/9 2:00-1:00 EST
Hear from voting rights advocates to protect the right to vote 2020: Re-enfranchisement of incarcerated previously-incarcerated individuals and litigation surrounding access to the polls in light of COVID-19.
John Paul Taylor, Voting Rights Restoration Field Director, Southern Poverty Law Center
Jonathan Diaz, Legal Counsel, Campaign Legal Center
Cecilia Aguilera, Legal Counsel, Fair Elections Center
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