Virtual Event: Let the People Decide: Film Discussion and Conversation on Voting Rights

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Allowed Ages: 13 and up

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Let the People Decide: A Conversation on Voting Rights

Join filmmaker Gavin Guerra and CCSU Professor Dr. Walton Brown-Foster for an engaging conversation on voting rights, past and present.

Gavin Guerra and Dr. Brown-Foster will discuss important major themes of voter suppression and racial injustice, and the significance of youth-led movements. These themes feature prominently in Guerra's film, Let the People Decide, which describes the contentious history of voting rights beginning in the 1960s until today. Guerra's film has been featured in the Margaret Mead Film Festival and the Harlem International Film Festival, among other venues.

Attendees will have a chance to ask questions and are encouraged to join in the discussion. Registrants will be sent a link to separately view the film several days before the program.

*** Please see the confirmation email for the link and password for the film and Zoom meeting ***


Registration Required. Join us via Zoom!

Instructions for Zoom: 

You do not have to have a Zoom account to attend a program. When you register for this program, you will be sent a unique Zoom ID and password.

To join on your computer, go to on your computer's browser and open Zoom Meetings (PC) or Open (Mac) and enter the meeting ID and password a few minutes before the program. Or, you can download the Zoom app on your computer, phone or tablet, open the Zoom app, and type in the meeting ID to join us. 

Please make sure you connect with your device's video and audio. 

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