Reimagining Democracy Town Hall: The 2020 Election and the Politics of Racial Justice
Join the University of California, Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies for a Democracy Town Hall on the 2020 Election and the Politics of Racial Justice.
What are the implications of the 2020 election for the prospects of building a genuine multi-racial democracy in the United States? What are the dangers posed by increasing partisan polarization on questions of race? Does this polarization also present any opportunities for progress?
This panel will discuss these questions, bringing together UC Berkeley scholars and nationally recognized political strategists to share reflections on what the 2020 election holds for the future of democracy and efforts to achieve racial justice in the United States.
- Reed Galen, Co-founder, The Lincoln Project
- Maya Rupert J.D. ’06, Political strategist, writer and campaign manager for presidential candidate Julián Castro
- Eric Schickler, Jeffrey & Ashley McDermott Professor of Political Science, and Co-Director, Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley
- Cristina Mora ’03, Associate Professor of Sociology and Co-Director, Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley
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Political science advances our understanding of issues at the core of the upcoming elections, including democratic institutions and norms, voting behavior, and civic engagement. APSA’s Democracy 2020 Project brings together APSA’s work around these issues and highlights election events, public scholarship, ungated journal articles, teaching resources, and engagement opportunities. For more events, research, and teaching resources around the 2020 election visit the APSA’s Democracy 2020 Project.
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