History Lecture Series: Voter Suppression Program CANCELED
Wednesday, May 8- 7:00PM Canceled
Location: Ringering Room
Widespread voter suppression—particularly against historically marginalized groups—is a reoccurring problem in the United States. Voter suppression is relentlessly effective in preventing voting-eligible Americans from contributing to the electoral process. Join us as we explore voter suppression past and present with Dr. Matthew J. Costello from Saint Xavier University.
For questions, contact Brittany at 708-748-3731 ext. 21 or at firstname.lastname@example.org