Hybrid Event: On Account of Race, Color, or Previous Condition of Servitude: Black History and Democracy’s Future – Feb 21
Posted by U.S. Federal Election Commission on February 14, 2023
In honor of Black History Month, the U.S. Federal Election Commission (FEC) is hosting an event, On Account of Race, Color, or Previous Condition of Servitude: Black History and Democracy’s Future.
Yael Bromberg, Esq., the Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) Special Counsel & Strategic Advisor to the President/CEO, will join the event as an expert guest speaker. Along with FEC Commissioner Shana Broussard, Election Assistance Commission Chairman Thomas Hicks, and other expert speakers, Yael will discuss the lessons of Black history that can guide us through modern challenges to our nation’s democratic foundations. You will especially hear Yael speak about our very own Andrew Goodman Network and HBCU Cohort, how Black youth are organizing voters on their campuses, the power of the youth vote leading into 2024, and what AGF is doing to continue breaking down barriers for young voters.
The hybrid event will take place on Tuesday, February 21 from 12-1 p.m. ET. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, email address, company or organization and whether you will be attending virtually or in person.
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