The League of Women Voters of Bellingham/Whatcom County and the Ralph Munro Institute for Civic Education, in partnership with the Whatcom Museum, offers a virtual panel discussion focusing on the continued struggle for suffrage, voice, and equal representation by those who were left out of the 19th Amendment.
This virtual presentation, “Making Our Voices Heard: Beyond voting–what can we do to enhance political voice for all?” will be moderated by Kate Destler, WWU Political Science professor and will look at the history and future of the struggle for political voice.
Dr. Larry Estrada, Associate Professor Emeritus, Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies
Sahar Fathi, Policy Director, Washington State Office of the Attorney General
Julie Sa’Leit’Sa Kwina Johnson, Enrolled Lummi and Co-Chair, Native Vote, Affiliated Tribes of NW Indians
Dr. Melina Juarez, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Western Washington University
Attendees will be invited to participate in a Q & A session following the panel.
Registration for this free program is required. Participants will receive an email confirmation with the Zoom login info once they sign up. Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/toward-a-more-perfect-democracy-panel-series-making-our-voices-heard-tickets-120556358313