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Faith Talks: Voter Guides & Voter Suppression

Faith Talks: Voter Guides & Voter Suppression

Update: 2020-08-27
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This month as we mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and women’s right to vote—a milestone Methodist women helped to achieve—women are again mobilizing to make their voices heard through the franchise. Listen in on this conversation on voting and voter suppression. The discussion features women of faith who are working to ensure that every eligible voter can vote. Our guests are Sabrina White of the Baltimore Washington Conference United Methodist Women; the Rev. Traci Blackmon of the United Church of Christ; Liz OuYang, a civil rights attorney and voting rights expert; and the Rev. Dr. Brianna K. Parker, the founder and curator of the Black Millennial Café.
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Faith Talks: Voter Guides & Voter Suppression

Faith Talks: Voter Guides & Voter Suppression

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