The 2020 presidential election brought historic voter turnout records throughout the United States, but how did it look in Cleveland?
Join the Andrew Goodman Foundation Vote Everywhere Ambassadors and the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning (CCEL) to explore voting barriers that occur within Cleveland, community participation, and staying civically engaged post-election. “Moving Forward: Advocating for Voter Access in Cleveland” will be held Thursday, March 4, from 4 to 5 p.m.
Special guest Devontá Dickey, advocacy and engagement coordinator at Cleveland VOTES, will participate in the event. Cleveland VOTES is a nonpartisan democracy-building and mobilization entity that aims to strengthen civic muscle and power to ensure a more informed, participatory and cohesive community. RSVP on CampusGroups to receive Zoom link.
This event is a part of the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning’s (CCEL) March spotlight on “Participation in Association,” as a form of civic engagement that contributes to social change.