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ONLINE—Voting Rights for Indigenous Populations
September 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pmFree
Despite rights granted by the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924, many native people remain excluded from democratic processes. We explore the barriers facing native voters and seekers of public office, including landmark legal battles, literacy laws, and voter ID requirements. What electoral issues are of concern to native communities in California today?
Join speakers Christina Snider, California Tribal Affairs Secretary, and Jordan James Harvill, a voting specialist from Advance Native Political Leadership, on Zoom on September 28 at 4pm for Voting Rights for Indigenous Populations. To register, use the link below.
Wednesday, September 28 4:00-5:00 pm PST
Register to attend: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_y5795CFKQnKbtGpZAXfbTg
Christina Snider, Tribal Affairs Secretary to Governor Gavin Newsom
Jordan James Harvill, National Program Manager, Advance Native Political Leadership
Moderated by Kirsten Vega, Program Manager, California on the Ballot.
Through California On The Ballot, California Humanities invites the people of California and beyond to reflect and talk—with neighbors, historians, election experts, and more—about the past, present, and future of electoral engagement in California. To sign up for upcoming events, visit www.calhum.org. This event is made possible by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of their A More Perfect Union initiative.
For more information, please write to Kirsten Vega at email@example.com.
Image: Mural of Miguel Trujillo Sr., a veteran from the Pueblo of Isleta, who in 1948 won a court victory affirming the rights of Native Americans to vote in New Mexico. Courtesy of Unsplash.