You’re invited to a virtual event on Friday, July 24 at 6 p.m. on Zoom for young voters and the civically engaged to gather, collaborate and speak on the importance of voting in honor of the life & legacy of Congressman John Lewis.
“We wanted to create an inter-generational movement, in which veterans in the fight for voters’ rights can lock arms with Millennials and Generation Z to ‘get into good trouble’ as the late great John Lewis once stated. We want young people to know the importance of their vote,” said cofounders of Black Women for Biden Dr. Stephanie E. Myers and the Honorable Daun S. Hester in a joint statement.
Distinguished speakers include:
- Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX)
- Tria Stallings, Pennsylvania Democratic Party Regional Field Director
- Danyell Smith & Patricia Duncan, Black Women for Biden National Co-Chairs and Senior Advisors
- Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq., Black Women for Biden Senior Advisor and “WAKE UP & STAY WOKE” WPFW Radio host
- Melanie Campbell, Sisters Lead Sisters Vote Chairperson
- Art Auré, Singer and Composer
- Ruquan Brown, 17-year-old founder of anti-violence program, Love1. Received acceptance letters from 25 universities. Attending Harvard University on full scholarship in the fall.
Friday, July 24 at 6 p.m. (EST)
Register for free in advance to join via Zoom:
GEN Z ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Shayla Dell, Black Women for Biden DC
Dillon J. Mims and Nahla Owens, Black Women for Biden New Hampshire
Promotional consideration provided by Black Women for Biden.
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