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Event: Who Gets to Vote? “The Embattled Vote in America” Facilitated by Dr. Pearson Cross -- March 10

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Sign up today for “The Embattled Vote in America” session of "Who Gets to Vote?"

This week’s selection is an NYT bestseller that looks at the long, complicated history of voting rights in the US. It also encourages readers to consider the consequences of not guaranteeing those rights in the Constitution.

For more information about the series, including how to participate, view Who Gets to Vote?.

Watch the livestream of each discussion on Dupré Library's YouTube channel.

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