December 4, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Bridgman Public Library
4460 Lake Street
MI 49106
Joan Guilfoyle
Free Film and Non-Partisan Discussion on Michigan Voting Rights @ Bridgman Public Library

In 2018, Michigan voters approved significant changes to our state’s voting procedures. To better understand these changes, Berrien Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is sponsoring a presentation on those changes and screening the short documentary “Suppressed: The Fight To Vote,” to prompt community discussion and learn more about how Michigan’s new procedures may affect every voter in every election.

Documentarian Robert Greenwald’s 37-minute film, released in September 2019, exposes rampant voter suppression that affected the outcome of the 2018 midterm election in Georgia and the threat it poses to elections in 2020.

Voter suppression happens all over the United States and takes many forms. Learn more about these in order to protect your right to vote and learn what Michigan is doing to help protect against voter suppression.

Join this non-partisan community conversation. All are welcome. Bridgman Public Library, 4460 Lake Street, Bridgman, Michigan 49106.