People of Color: How They Can Shape the 2020 Presidential Election
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Please join us for a discussion on, “People of Color: How They Can Shape the 2020 Presidential Election.” This Voter Readiness Initiative forum is in collaboration with the HKS DC Alumni Council’s Criminal Justice and Reform Committee.
The Forum will feature Crystal Carson and Leigh M. Chapman
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Meeting ID: 919 5656 0284
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Crystal Carson, Vice President of Communications, Culture and Media Partnerships of the non-profit, nonpartisan organization, When We All Vote. Carson brings years of passion and experience in communications, politics, and logistics, and most recently, has been working with the Obama Foundation. Crystal worked on Rapid Response communications for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign and served as the Chief of Staff for the White House Communications Office.
About When We All Vote
The mission of When We All Vote is to increase participation in every election and close the race and age voting gap by changing the culture around voting, harnessing grassroots energy, and through strategic partnerships to reach every American.
Leigh M. Chapman, Director, Voting Rights Program, overseeing projects that advocate voting protections for marginalized people. Previously, Chapman was Senior Policy Advisor at Let America Vote, where she advised the organization on election law and policy issues at the state and federal levels. Chapman began her civil rights career at Advancement Project where she served as a staff attorney in the Voter Protection Program. Chapman graduated from the University of Virginia earning a B.A. in American Studies and History and received her J.D. from Howard University School of Law.
About the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights is a coalition charges by its diverse membership of more than 200 national organizations to promote and protect the rights of all persons in the United States. The Leadership Conference works toward an America as good as its ideals.