From Rights to Rhetoric: Why Voting Matters

H. Mebane Turner Learning Commons
Town Hall

From the unrest of last April to the vigorous debates of the last several months, leaders can make their voices heard in a variety of ways. Elections are an opportunity for citizens to be heard.  But do our voices really matter?  Join a panel of expert faculty from a variety of disciplines for an engaging session on voter's rights, election rhetoric, and how we can use our voices to create change and lead.

RSVP soon to secure your seat.  A reception with light refreshments will follow the panel.


Ron Kipling Williams, graduate student and instructor of record


Dr. Deidre Badejo, Klein Family School of Communications Design

Dr. Steven Cohen, Klein Family School of Communications Design

Eric T. Costello, Baltimore City Council, 11th District

Dr. Betsy Nix, Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies

Prof. John Willis, Executive in Residence, School of Public and International Affairs and former Maryland Secretary of State

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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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