September 15, 2020 from 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
The first event will focus on voter registration, education, and turnout and will feature local community organizations engaged in such efforts. Attendees will gain concrete guidance on how individuals and agencies can register and mobilize potential voters. In addition we will focus on the threats we currently are experiencing in the form of calculated voter suppression strategies and what we can do about that. We will be joined by Baltimore Votes and No Boundaries Coalition.
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Mr Logan is an experienced program manager, educator, and facilitator from Baltimore, Maryland. He currently serves as the Civic Culture and Youth Program Director at No Boundaries Coalition, where he works to educate and encourage civic participation through programs for all ages in the 21217 zipcode.
The Director of Programs at Baltimore Votes. Baltimore Votes is working towards a future where every person, in every precinct, votes in every election. To bring that mission to live, we coordinate city-wide GOTV and voter education activities grounded in community, collaboration, celebration. You can learn more about our work, and get involved, at http://Baltimorevotes.org
Outside of Baltimore Votes, Tasmin also supports the growing Maryland Civic Education Coalition and works with the Center for Civic Design. She is a returned Peace Corps volunteer and a graduate of the University of St. Andrews.
Nicole Hanson Mundell Out for Justice / www.out4justice.org/ Nicole is an expert on criminal justice policy and reentry in Maryland. She currently serves as the Executive Director of Out for Justice, a returning citizen, a member-led nonprofit organization working to reform local and statewide reentry policies. Nicole leads Out for Justice by advancing its mission to engage, educate and empower those with criminal records to lead the change they want to see. In this role, she has organized large-scale expungement events and clinics registered to return citizens to vote supported high-risk individuals in navigating life after release and collaborated with Morgan State University to conduct a reentry health needs assessment research project in Baltimore City.
David is a 2020 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Social Work with a Macro Concentration and specialization in Children and Families. Through actively applying Dr. Wendy Shaia's SHARP framework, David worked to build and support a growing team of students and community organizers to promote civic awareness, education and action as a means to disrupt Socially Engineered Trauma (SET). Working through his field placement at the Positive Schools Center and SWCOS, David developled new partnerships with city stakeholders and supported his peers at their field placements to establish over 20 different events around Baltimore. These events were grounded in the SHARP framework and focused on voter registration, education and advocacy.
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