The Vote: Preview and Discussion

July 1, 2020
7:00pm Eastern Time
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Welcome

Welcome to our preview of The Vote (premiering July 6 on Vermont PBS).

Today we will preview two clips from this documentary series. Following each each clip we will hear from our panel of guests. If you can a question or comment to share you can do so in the comment section.

Hosted by: Elizabeth Hewitt | Reporter + Sunday Editor of VTDigger

Special Guests:

- Meg Mott | Professor Emerita Marlboro College and Putney Town Moderator

- Amel Ahmed | Associate Professor of Political Science

Associate Provost for Equity and Inclusion, Office of the Provost University of Massachusetts Amherst

- John T. Grayson | Professor Emeritus of Religion Mount Holyoke College, he is currently working on an intellectual biography on the women who shaped the mind of Frederick Douglass

We hope you join the conversation too!

Video Descriptions

This Screening Will Begin Shortly (10:00)

Intro to Virtual Events

Year Ahead 2020 Sizzle

PBS Value Talent Spot 2020 Covid PBS :30

Race vs. Sex: The Beginning of the Struggle | The Vote | American Experience

pbs.org/thevote

The New Woman | The Vote | American Experience

pbs.org/thevote

90 minutes

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