Sept. 22 Event: “A Government Of, By, and For [Some] People: Systems of Voter Disenfranchisement”

Brooklyn Law School event:

About the Forum
Leading up to a highly-contested presidential election, the Sparer Forum will focus on access to voting, particularly structural barriers to equal access such as poverty, disability, and criminal records. This systemic disenfranchisement of significant communities—disproportionately racial minorities and other marginalized groups—limits local, state, and federal democracy. The discussion among experts and advocates on election law and voting equality will also include reform and activism efforts. 
This program is a two hour-long Zoom discussion with ample opportunity for audience questions.   
Christina Asbee, Director (Assistive Technology and Voter Access Programs), Disability Rights New York (DRNY)
Wilfred U. Codrington III, Assistant Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
Jan Combopiano, Senior Policy Director and member of the Executive Committee, Brooklyn Voters Alliance
Date & TimeTuesday, September 225:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Virtual Event (Zoom)

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