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March 9: Malika Redmond to Speak on Black Women Led Voter Engagement Efforts in Georgia

Voter activist Malika Redmond will speak Tuesday, March 9 on “Reflecting on 2020: How Black Women Led Voter Engagement Efforts to a Progressive Victory in Georgia.”

Malika Redmond
Malika Redmond

As part of Hampshire College’s In/Justice Learning Collaborative, voter activist Malika Redmond will speak Tuesday, March 9 on “Reflecting on 2020: How Black Women Led Voter Engagement Efforts to a Progressive Victory in Georgia.”

Redmond is a founding director of the Georgia-based Women Engaged, an organization that creates opportunities for Black women and young adults to become involved in voter engagement and advocacy. Redmond is also the board chair of ProGeorgia, a non-profit coalition of more than 30 voter engagement groups throughout the state working to ensure access to the vote for historically marginalized communities. Redmond holds a B.A. from Spelman College and an M.A. from Georgia State University.

More information on this event.

Hampshire’s Learning Collaboratives are part of the College’s new curricular model and are transdisciplinary structures designed to address timely topics.

This event is co-sponsored by Hampshire’s Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program, Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, and the Eqbal Ahmad Initiative. 

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