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Voting Rights and Indigenous Peoples Morning Meeting

Via Zoom

Indigenous Voting Rights At Risk Today  Black people in the US finally won citizenship in 1868 with the 14th Amendment.  However, that law was interpreted to deny citizenship to Native people. Native Americans weren’t considered American citizens until half a century later, in 1924, with the passage of the Indian Citizenship Act.   The right to…

Voting Rights and Felon Disenfranchisement Evening Event

Via Zoom

Felons Can’t Vote: The Jim Crow Legacy Today The United States is the only democracy in the world in which most convicted offenders who have served their prison sentences are denied the right to vote for many years, and in some cases, for the rest of their lives.  The numbers are shocking:   a record…

2020 U.S. Census Results in Edina Morning Meeting

Via Zoom

Speaker Susan Brower, Ph.D., Minnesota State Demographer Notes Social time begins at 9:45 AM, presentations begin at 10:00 AM. This event is free and open to the public This meeting will be via Zoom. If you are a member you will receive the link on the day before. If you are not a member, please…