JWJI Public Dialogues in Race & Difference presents “Elections 2020: What Happened and Why”

The James Weldon Johnson Institute, in partnership with the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, will present the fall installment of the JWJI Public Dialogues in Race & Difference Series. The panelist talk, Elections 2020: What Happened and Why, will discuss the post-election results.

The event will feature educators from Duke, Cal-Riverside, Princeton, and our own Bernard Fraga from Emory University. Andra Gillespie will be the moderator.

This free event will take place on Thursday, November 19 at 6 pm via Zoom and registration is required. Please register HERE.  

We hope you can attend!

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