“Real Right to Vote” Book Tour Opens This Thursday, Feb. 15, at UCLA Hammer Museum, with me in Conversation with Erwin Chemerinsky

I recently noted some in-person and virtual events to discuss my new book, A Real Right to Vote, out February 20th. (Preorder from AmazonBarnes and NobleBookshop, and read the Kirkus Review).

Here’s the first event:

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A Real Right to Vote with Richard L. Hasen & Erwin Chemerinsky

  • THURSDAY FEB 15, 2024 7:30 PM

Hammer Forum is made possible by the Rosenbloom Family

Throughout history, too many Americans have faced needless barriers to voting. Part of the blame falls on the U.S. Constitution, which does not contain an affirmative right to vote. Richard L. Hasen, Director of UCLA Law’s Safeguarding Democracy Project and author of the new book A Real Right to Vote: How a Constitutional Amendment Can Safeguard American Democracy, draws on troubling stories of state attempts to disenfranchise military voters, women, African Americans, students, former felons, Native Americans, and others, arguing that American democracy can and should do better. Joining Hasen is Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law and leading scholar of the U.S. Constitution, Erwin Chemerinsky.

Co-presented with the Safeguarding Democracy Project at UCLA Law

Limited books will be available for purchase.

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