Virtual Event, Lectures, Activism, Black History

Carol Anderson: Voter Suppression, Inequity, & Racism

When: Thu., Feb. 25, 7 p.m.

Carol Anderson, Ph.D., author and chair of African American Studies at Emory University in Atlanta, will lead a community conversation tracing the evolution of voter suppression tactics used to disenfranchise generations of African Americans and disable democracy. Hosted by Monroe Community College’s Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Project (HGHRP), the virtual conversation will be moderated by MCC Sociology Professor Nayda Pares-Kane, Ph.D., and MCC student Ruot Juong, vice president of HGHRP. The event is sponsored by MCC in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester, Levine Center to End Hate, Genesee Community College, Mohawk Valley Community College, Westchester Community College, United Way of Greater Rochester, and WXXI.

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