VOTE 2020 Townhall

Presented by NYU Wagner

5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
September 21, 2020
5:00pm - 6:00pm

We join in memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg whose defense for democracy and the enhancement of human and civil rights we honor. Presentation by Dean Trevor Morrison, NYU School of Law.

Along with the Faculty of Arts and Science; Gallatin School of Individualized Study; Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life; School of Global Public Health; Graduate School of Arts & Science; Institute of Fine Arts; School of Law, Public Interest Law Center; Liberal Studies; NYU School of Professional Studies; Wagner Action for Social Justice, Equity and Democracy (SEAD); Silver School of Social Work; Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development; Stern School of Business; and Tisch School of the Arts.

As part of our ongoing commitment for the NYU community to engage as political activists, we invite you to a virtual Town Hall for VOTE 2020 featuring Myrna Pérez, Director of the Brennan Center's Voting Rights and Elections Program and Robert Paul Hartley, Columbia School of Social Work, author of Unleashing the Power of Poor and Low-Income Americans for the Poor People’s Campaign.

The coronavirus pandemic has altered the terrain of the 2020 Election and has raised the stakes of its outcome. While citizens are mobilizing to mitigate the effects of the pandemic and economic crisis, it's important to ensure the safe and universal exercise of the right to vote. In an election year like no other, voting is essential, but not sufficient. Beyond the critical act of voting, learn how you can join the fight to defend and extend our democracy.

Following the presentation, join our VOTE 2020 Fellows in Breakout sessions to explore ways that you can get involved in defending and extending our democracy.

NYU Wagner provides reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. Requests for accommodations for events and services should be submitted at least two weeks before the date of the accommodation need. Please email or call 212.998.7400 for assistance.
VOTE 2020