Feature: ELECTION 2016: How Can Ethno-Racial Communities & Women's Groups Use Elections to Build Power?

Free Lecture / Thurs, Oct 13th, 6 pm-8 pm, MCC Lounge

Presidential elections have always been focal points in American democracy, when people come together to elect a new president. Yet, often, these elections work for certain groups of people more than others. Election 2016 is no different. How can ethno-racial communities and women’s groups organize to build power in the political process? This talk will discuss research and strategies around organizing for social change. Dr. Hahrie Han is Associate Professor in Political Science at UCSB.

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