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Can Voting Be Radical? A series of dialogues on radical social welfare practice

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Thursday, September 15, 2022, 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
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Can voting help advance a radical social work agenda? Does voting really matter since we have seen so little change in our larger institutions? We need to elect people who: respect the voice of the people and will not harm “the people”; support the services needed by service users and community members; support social service jobs; oppose corporate control of society and our lives; oppose voter suppression, election subversion and gerrymandering, etc. Is the rising authoritarianism of today stoppable through the electoral process alone? Join us in this conversation as we hear from students, clinicians and organizers, with time for you to ask questions and share your analysis.


Organized by the Social Welfare Action Alliance
Co-sponsored by Voting is Social Work