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Caribbean Americans Vote: The Power of Our Vote and Voices in 2020
2020 is a critical year for democracy and the Caribbean American community. As the US continues to grapple with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, several emergency measures have been put in place to protect public health and every eligible citizens’ right to vote in the November election. In response, we need to ensure our community has all of the information needed to vote safely in unprecedented ways, demonstrating the full power of the Caribbean American vote in what we know will be one of the most important election of our time.

Join us for an engaging virtual discussion aimed at ensuring Caribbean American voters know their voting options, where to find nonpartisan information, and understand the overall impact we collectively have if we make our voices heard by November 3rd.

Guest Speakers:

Yvette Clarke – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives

Maurice Mitchell – National Director, Working Families Party

Michele Jawando - Head of U.S. Strategic Engagement and Public Policy Partnerships, Google

Joanne Antoine – Executive Director, Common Cause Maryland

Melissa Noel- Award-winning Journalist, Caribbean Correspondent

Marlon Hill- Miami Attorney & Past President, Caribbean Bar Association

Moderated by D'shawna Bernard - Director of Political Partners, Hustle inc.

Event sponsors: Global Jamaica Diaspora Youth Council, CaribBEING, National Alliance for the Advancement of Haitian Professionals, CaribNation Television, Caribbean-American PAC, Trinidadian and Tobago Diaspora Associations Network, Jamaica Diaspora Northeast, Carry On Friends Podcast, Institute of Caribbean Studies, Avanse Ansanm, Irie Jam, Jay Blessed Media LLC, Caribbean Cargo DC, District of the Caribbean, Jamaican Association of Maryland, Jamaica Land We Love

Oct 17, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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