Book Talk with Gilda R. Daniels, Author of Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America (co-sponsored by the Center on Race, Law, and Justice)
April 8, 2021 3:00PM -
About the Program
The book Uncounted examines the phenomenon of disenfranchisement through the lens of history, race, law, and the democratic process. Author Gilda R. Daniels, who served as Deputy Chief in the United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division and has more than two decades of voting rights experience. Join us for a discussion of how voter suppression works in cycles, constantly adapting and finding new ways to hinder access for an exponentially growing minority population through a premeditated strategy of restrictive laws and deceptive practices that has taken root and is eroding the very basis of American democracy―the right to vote!
Gilda R. Daniels, Voting Rights Expert; Author, Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America
Moderator: Tanya Katerí Hernández, Archibald R. Murray Professor of Law, Fordham Law School
CLE credit for this program is pending in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board for a maximum of 1.0 nontransitional diversity, inclusion and elimination of bias credits.