Keynote luncheon during the BAR weekend. Registration required.
About the Keynote
The Normalization of Election Denialism: How Misinformation and Conspiracy Theories Undermine Democracy and Harm the Black Vote
Panelists will discuss the increase of election denialism in Michigan and other states, including the rise of misinformation concerning election results and the importance of protecting the legitimacy of voting rights, with a specific focus on the rights of Black voters during next year’s presidential election cycle.
Registration is required and lunch is $30 per person.
- Khalilah Spencer, ’01, Honigman and Promote the Vote (moderator)
- Jonathan Brater, ’11, State of Michigan Bureau of Elections
- Guy-Uriel Charles, ’97, Harvard Law
- Ekow N. Yankah, Thomas M. Cooley Professor of Law