Voting With a Feminist Lens for Soon-To-Be and Newly Registered Voters

October 8, 2020 Free
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(Photo: hermosawave/iStock)

Join Moving Traditions for “Voting with a Feminist Lens,” a workshop series to educate soon-to-be voters and newly registered voters on the importance of not only voting but also making their votes meaningful.

Over the course of three hour-long sessions, we cover the importance of voting (with emphasis on the history of the women’s suffrage movement); the logistics of voting and voter registration; how women’s rights relate to social, political and economic issues; and choosing a candidate that represents your values.

This workshop is co-sponsored by the Union for Reform Judaism and United Synagogue Youth.

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