Conversations at Kress [Montgomery]

October 11, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
October 18, 2018 @ 6:00 pm

As we get closer to the November 6 Midterm Election Day, join our discussion with “Conversations at Kress”, a community series on the importance of gaining and exercising our right to vote, and how we can protect that right today.

The Glass Ceiling: Barriers, Influence & Breakthroughs, October 11, 2018, 6:00-7:30

How has the women’s vote changed our community and country? What was required of those to guarantee voting rights? Join as we explore the impact of the women’s vote in our community. Personal stories will be shared about the direct connection voting has on women’s leadership, opportunity and influence.

Common Ground: Ensuring Voter Access and Efficacy for All. October 18, 6:00-7:30

How is Alabama striving to make voting accessible and secure? What steps can candidates and constituents take to ensure an open and fair voting process? Why does voting matter? Join us for insights and compelling personal stories from Montgomery citizens, legal experts and those entrusted to safeguard our community’s elections, in addition to, a discussion on litigation in Shelby v. Holder, and the current challenges to voter suppression in Alabama. Open elections is what constitutes our democracy. Get informed!

These events will be held at the Kress Community Room located in Kress on Dexter, on the first floor of the Dexter Avenue entrance.

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