Fight Milwaukee Voter Suppression
Learn why there is an urgent need to take action in Wisconsin
Join Indivisible Hawaii and friends for a special event
THE MILWAUKEE STORYA conversation with Souls to the Polls President Reverend Gregory Lewis
Souls to the Polls (STTP) is a Milwaukee tax-exempt organization where Reverend Lewis leads a congregation-based organizing initiative uniting over 100 ministers and their congregations in Milwaukee’s central city. STTP’s mission is to fight structural racism, protect the right to vote, and to increase voter turn out.
LA Times (9-9-2020) did a front page profile of Reverend Lewis. The story underscores the critical role of trusted, community-based organizations like Souls to the Polls.
This is a call to action to support STTP. Join our event to learn more.
Saturday, September 19, 2020
2pm HST / 5pm Pacific / 7pm Central / 8pm EST
Trump won Wisconsin by 22,748 votes in 2016. Nearly 40 percent of Milwaukee’s population is African American, largely concentrated in the city center zip code of 53206. Driven by a range of voter suppression tactics, the turnout in this and other predominantly African American communities dropped by nearly 29,000 votes in 2016.
This is an INDIVISIBLE HAWAII event joined by co-sponsors the Secure Election Network, Defending Cities with Virus Free Voting Project Team, Venice Resistance, Indivisible Chicago, and Indivisible Evanston.
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