Liberty and Justice for All? The History of Voting Rights in America - Virtual Event

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Add to Calendar 2020-10-22 19:00:00 2020-10-22 20:00:00 Liberty and Justice for All? The History of Voting Rights in America - Virtual Event Liberty and Justice for All? The History of Voting Rights in America is part of the Informed, Engaged, Empowered = Ready-Set-Vote! lecture series. This community-focused virtual series promotes voter education, civic engagement, and personal empowerment. St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Center for the Study of Democracy and Student Activities Department, and the College of Southern Maryland’s Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. Center for Leadership, Equity and Inclusive Diversity Office, and Student Life Department, prepare students and the Southern Maryland community for the upcoming elections. Audiences will be informed, engaged, and galvanized to action. Register Now The public is invited to hear CSM Professor of History and Humanities and Social Sciences Department Chair Dr. Christine Arnold-Lourie travel through history to discover the evolution of American voting rights: How certain populations were denied the right to vote, the hard-fought battles to gain suffrage and discriminatory voting practices that still exist today.     Center for the Study of Democracy and Student Activities Megan Dinopoulos America/New_York public
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This is a virtual event.
Free

Liberty and Justice for All? The History of Voting Rights in America is part of the Informed, Engaged, Empowered = Ready-Set-Vote! lecture series. This community-focused virtual series promotes voter education, civic engagement, and personal empowerment. St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Center for the Study of Democracy and Student Activities Department, and the College of Southern Maryland’s Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. Center for Leadership, Equity and Inclusive Diversity Office, and Student Life Department, prepare students and the Southern Maryland community for the upcoming elections. Audiences will be informed, engaged, and galvanized to action.

Register Now

The public is invited to hear CSM Professor of History and Humanities and Social Sciences Department Chair Dr. Christine Arnold-Lourie travel through history to discover the evolution of American voting rights: How certain populations were denied the right to vote, the hard-fought battles to gain suffrage and discriminatory voting practices that still exist today.

 

 

Event Sponsor(s)
Center for the Study of Democracy and Student Activities
Megan Dinopoulos
medinopoulos@smcm.edu
240-895-6432
Event Group
Center for the Study of Democracy
Student Activities
Lecture or Talk