1844 No More: Restoring the Right to Vote for Individuals with Criminal Convictions

Monday, September 21 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EST]

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Monday, September 21 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EST]

This Community Conversation is part of NASW-NJ's Road to November Campaign


Representatives from the NJ Institute for Social Justice join NASW-NJ to discuss the work of their 1844 No More campaign to restore the right to vote for individuals with criminal convictions. The discussion will also touch on the current right to vote for individuals with criminal convictions and offer information on how certain of these individuals may actually have the right to vote in the upcoming election.


The NASW-NJ Road to November Campaign is a series of election and voter themed webinars, activities, and events designed to engage and empower social workers and the general public to participate in the 2020 General Elections. 


From Labor Day to Election Day, NASW-NJ will be bringing you a series of weekly free Community Conversations, tools, and resources under the "Road to Election" banner to help you, your clients, and the community-at-large engage fully in this election cycle.


Webinar information will be sent to you in your confirmation email. If you don't receive your confirmation email, please check your spam folder.


More information and resources on the Road to November Campaign can be found here: https://naswnj.org/Advocacy/Road-to-November



For more information, contact Jeff Feldman at jfeldman.naswnj@socialworkers.org

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Ron Pierce
Democracy & Justice Fellow, NJISJ

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Democracy & Justice Fellow, NJISJ
Henal Patel, Esq.
Director, Democracy & Justice Program, NJISJ

About Henal

Director, Democracy & Justice Program, NJISJ