Protect the Vote: Voter Suppression and Rights in 2020

Monday, October 28, 2019
7:00 pm
Peabody Hall 121

African Americans, women, the disability community and other marginalized groups have hard-won struggles for basic voting rights, but these challenges are not a thing of the past. In fact, the last few years have seen a rash of voter suppression laws/tactics such as voter roll purges and unnecessarily complex ID requirements.

Camille Wimbish will give us an overview of these current issues, as well as some insight into important statewide election protection efforts and reforms.

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About the guest speaker:

Camille Wimbish, Esq. Camille Wimbish is the Election Administration Director for Ohio Voice. She organizes statewide election protection efforts and coordinates the Ohio Fair Elections Network (OFEN), which advocates for modern election reforms and improved voter access. Camille has been a valued staff member of Ohio Voice since 2012, collaborating with table partners on programs that strengthen our democracy, including redistricting, fair courts and voter education. She received her J.D. from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and her bachelor’s degree from Smith College.

Source: Ohio Voice.

The Robert E. Strippel Memorial Continuing Dialogue on Justice and Human Rights is an annual program devoted to the discussion and debate of local, regional, national, and global human rights issues and concerns.

For co-curricular connections and more information about this program, please contact: Jacqueline Daugherty (daughejd@MiamiOH.edu), PhD, CSE | Chair, The Robert E. Strippel Memorial Continuing Dialogue on Justice and Human Rights Program, planning committee; and Acting Director, Western Center for Social Impact and Innovation.

Camille Wimbish
Camille Wimbish
Election Administration Director, Ohio Voice