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Voting in the United States: Suppression, Registration, & Rights

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As the United States approaches elections this Fall, understanding the voting process is critical. The Tulane University School of Social Work Elk Place Health Spot is going virtual to provide information on the history of voter suppression, voting rights, and voter registration. Join us for “Voting in the United States: Suppression, Registration, and Rights” on Tuesday, September 29 from 11 am to noon CDT for a series of presentations from New Orleans area experts. We'll hear from the following:

  • Melissa Haley, President of National Association of Black Social Workers
  • Nia Weeks, Founder and Executive Director of Citizen SHE United
  • Ronald L. Wilson, Attorney at Law
  • Checo Yancy, Director of Voters Organized to Educate

This event is online, free, and open to the public. Registration here is required.

School of Social Work

Please RSVP via the web at https://tulane.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eyxHs2jTQSerNdd2Altm4w or