Voting Rights Now and Then - Facebook Live Discussion
In 1920, women were fighting society for the right to cast a ballot. It has been 100 years since the movement, and in commemoration we take a look at controversy that still exists over voting rights in 2020.
WFSU News Director Lynn Hatter will moderate panel participants Jessica Lowe-Minor, VP of the League of Women Voters of the U.S., WFSU-FM reporter Blaise Gainey, journalist Steve Bousquet, and WFSU-TV Executive Producer Suzanne Smith.
Join WFSU Public Media as we host a discussion live on Facebook, July 6, 2020 at 12 pm ET. Part one of AMERICAN EXPERIENCE - THE VOTE will air on WFSU-TV Monday, July 6, at 9 pm ET. More at wfsu.org/thevote.
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