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Uncounted: The History and Impact of Voter Suppression

American democracy is often spoken of in lofty language, but between the lines is a more troubling story of exclusion and discrimination. Historically, voter suppression has taken many forms. How can we simply ensure that every vote—and every voter—counts.
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Time & Location

Mar 17, 6:00 PM

About the Event

Featuring Angelique M. Davis, professor of political science at Seattle University; Representative Debra Lekanoff, 40th Legislative District; Josué Estrada, University of Washington doctoral candidate in history; and Terry Anne Scott, director of African American Studies at Hood College. Moderated by Johann Neem, professor of history at Western Washington University.

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