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Locking Up the Vote

Felony Disenfranchisement & the Legacy of Slavery

June 28, 2018

Did you know that when convicted felons re-enter society
they may be forever barred from voting?


Proponents argue that persons who commit felonies have broken the social contract, and thereby given up their right to participate in a civil society. Opponents argue that the process restricts and conflicts with principles of universal suffrage
and undercuts African-American political power.


Join the conversation.

Location Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
Doors Open 5 PM
Program 5:30-7 PM
Kennard Ray
Full Citizen Coalition to Unlock the Vote
Andrew Clark
Director, Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy
Mike Lawlor
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, University of New Haven
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