Why You Want to Attend...
Elections are part of our larger national and local dialogues about the meaning of inclusion and exclusion in shaping our identity and values. This series of three events will explore if, how, and why elections matter. If they matter — to what purpose? How can elections be used to effect change? What are some of the differences between working at the local, state, and national levels? What are the forces that impact our ability to participate in elections as voters, candidates, and social workers who seek to shape our society?
This Fall 2020 Social Justice Lecture series is co-sponsored by the Social Work Community Outreach Service (SWCOS), Macro Curriculum Committee, Policy Sequence, the Community Action, and Social Policy Specialization, and the Office of Continued Education.
Free Time: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
CEs: 4.5 Credits; $20 per session; $50 for all three sessions
All events are open to students, faculty, social workers, and community members.
This event will focus on voter registration, education, and turnout and willfeature local community orgs that engage in such efforts with Baltimore Votes, No Boundaries Coalition, and other.
This event will be a forum for brainstorming how we respond as individuals, a school, and a community, given the outcome of the election at the local, state, and national levels with The Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, Job Opportunities Task Force, andBaltimore Public Justice Center.
This event will feature political analysis of the election and its outcome by Professor Megan Ming Francis, MA, PhD.
To register for the FREE Lecture (No CEs), use the discount code: THURSZ100
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