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Freedom Summer Inspiring Young Voters Today



Join National Archives Foundation Executive Director Patrick Madden in a conversation with Maxim Thorne, Managing Director of the Andrew Goodman Foundation, on how a civil rights murder in 1964 has inspired a national movement of young people to vote and engage in civic life today.

Now - Feb 24, 2021. From: 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM

Join National Archives Foundation Executive Director Patrick Madden in a conversation with Maxim Thorne, Managing Director of the Andrew Goodman Foundation, on how a civil rights murder in 1964 has inspired a national movement of young people to vote and engage in civic life today.

Nancy Thomas, Institute for Democracy & Higher Education at Tufts University, and Tamia Fowlkes, campus ambassador for the Goodman Foundation, will also give their perspectives on campus organizing, trends in student voting and respond to audience Q&A.

Black History Month Programming is made possible in part by the National Archives Foundation, through the generous support of Ford Motor Company Fund.

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Washington, DC 20408
United States

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