Civil Politics Supplemental (5/27/21): The Varied Responses to Enfranchising the Incarcerated

We continued our conversation with Kristina Mensik, National Campaign Director for The National Council For Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls. We ask the important question: What are some opposing responses to their work to make sure the incarcerated have their vote?

Follow Kristina @kristina_mensik and The National Council @thecouncilus.

To learn more about The Council’s work, here are some links! Follow them and see how you can help ensure everyone can exercise their right to vote.

https://www.safeelectionsma.org/joindembehindbars

https://actionnetwork.org/events/democracy-behind-bars-jail-based-voting-bill-patchthrough-phone-bank-527/

https://www.nationalcouncil.us


Beginning Music: Glenn Gould – Goldberg Variation #5
Ending Music: Electronic – Getting Away With it (Instrumental)

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