Voter Restriction Resistance Forum
an interactive discussion with:
Artist/Activist Ricardo Levins Morales • Mysnikol Miller, Community Organizer with MN Neighborhoods Organizing for Change & Advocate with Northside Women’s Space • Susan Kikuchi, Organizer againstthe Voter ID Amendment • Hana Worku, Community Organizer with Voices for Voting Rights
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 – 7-9pm
Minnehaha Free Space*
3747 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis
(bus lines 7, 23 & near light rail)
Minnesota’s voter restriction amendment would make it difficult for hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans to vote – students, seniors, people living in poverty, people of color, and anyone without easy access to a current ID.
How does the voter restriction amendment fit in to the bigger picture of racialized voter suppression as a strategy for right-wing, corporate control?
For those of us who create change primarily outside electoral politics, what is the significance of voter restriction for our many social justice struggles?
With the same-sex marriage amendment also on the ballot, what strategic choices help or hurt our chances for building long-term power for our communities?
And: How do we mobilize to defeat the amendments and build for the long haul?
minnehahafreespace.org / 612-729-3733
*(this event will be held in our basement hall, which unfortunately is not wheelchair accessible.)