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Black History Month Program at Mitchell: Professor Spencer Overton discusses re-engaging African Americans in the voting process

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National voting rights expert Spencer Overton, professor of law at The George Washington University, will speak on "Re-engaging African Americans in the Voting Process," at William Mitchell's Black History Month program Monday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium.
Spencer Overton

7 p.m., Monday, Feb.4, 2008
William Mitchell College of Law Auditorium
875 Summit Ave., St. Paul MN

National voting rights expert Spencer Overton, professor of law at The George Washington University, will speak on "Re-engaging African Americans in the Voting Process," at William Mitchell's Black History Month program Monday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium.

Overton will sign copies of his new book Stealing Democracy: The New Politics of Voter Suppression, prior to his presentation.

This free, public event is sponsored in conjunction with Mitchell's Black Law Student Association.


 

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