Said@Duke: Yael Bromberg on Students' Voting Rights

Part of the Said@Duke: 2019-2020 Series
We are unaccustomed to thinking about youth voter suppression within a traditional voting rights framework. As a result, efforts that may perhaps seem disparate start to reveal a pattern nationally.” -- Attorney Yael Bromberg

Yael Bromberg, a constitutional rights attorney, spoke last week about barriers to young people voting. She is chief counsel for voting rights for The Andrew Goodman Foundation, and principal of Bromberg Law LLC. The Hart Leadership Program, Duke Human Rights Center, and POLIS sponsored the talk.

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