Sept. 4th: Mail-In Ballots, Mass Incarceration & Political Activism

September 4, 2020

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September 4th, 2020

In this week’s round-up we cover stories from the community, HEARD, American Government in ASL, the Deaf Poor People’s Campaign, and more!

Watch HEARD’s explanation of mass incarceration to help form your opinion on whether or not those who are incarcerated should have the right to vote.

We asked if people understood the differences between mail-in and absentee ballots. Most people weren’t sure.

Fortunately, Jay Krieger has an explanation in ASL!

We love seeing community members who are passionate about getting out the Deaf vote! Ashley has a very important message about your civic duties. 

On September 13th, the Deaf Poor People’s Campaign is hosting a webinar to cover topics like registering to vote, filling out the census, organizing, and more.

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