Mobilization Through Movies: Get Out the Vote!

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Photo of disabled voter parking signs are stored inside the Maricopa County Elections Department warehouse in Phoenix. The signs provide access for disabled voters at polling locations in Maricopa County. Photo by Jeremy Knop/News21This film series highlights policy, the implementation of policy, and our political process.  After each film, there will be a short discussion that will center on the “why” of the policy and the “how” of the policy as it becomes enacted.  Each conversation will discuss the importance of voting and exercising that right.  This is a non-partisan event.  Information about the rights of voters with disabilities will be available.  Snacks will be provided.

The movie series includes:

Lincoln
Monday, October 17 | 12 pm – 3 pm
CLP – East Liberty

Selma
Monday, October 24 | 12 pm – 3 pm
CLP – East Liberty

Zero Dark Thirty
Wednesday, November 2 | 12 pm – 3:30 pm
CLP – East Liberty

All movies will have audio description and captioning.  ASL interpreters are available upon request—please contact the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped at 412.687.2440 or lbph@carnegielibrary.org. We ask that you notify us at least one week in advance.

This event is though the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh-Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in partnership with the Health Committee for People with Disabilities of the Consumer Health Coalition.