Sunday Sept 2nd, 2pm EST Tune into the Respect My Vote! Town Hall
Livestreaming of the event will play here and at www.livestream.com/hiphopcaucus
Respect My Vote! Town Hall
Hosted by the Hip Hop Caucus, the Election Protection Coalition, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the Charlotte School of Law, and BET’s Vote 2012 Campaign
Sunday, September 2, 2012
2pm – 5pm EST
Charlotte School of Law
2145 Suttle Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28208
Our partner, BET is filming the Town Hall for national broadcast. Audience members will be a part of this national broadcast taping!
This is a FREE event for the community. Tickets are no longer available online. If you do not have a ticket, but would like to attend, arrive early and if seating is available, we will provide it to non-ticketed guests.
Join us during the Democratic National Convention for a non-partisan Town Hall at which we will uplift the concerns of young voters of color. With the backdrop of the coordinated efforts to suppress the vote of people of color, the elderly, the young, the disabled, and the poor across numerous states, this Town Hall will energize, educate and empower young voters.
The Town Hall will be moderated by Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., President and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus; speakers include, Barbara Arnwine, President and Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; Kevin Powell, nationally renowned activist, writer, and speaker; Big Mike, Recording Artist of the group Day 26, formed by P. Diddy; Carrie Cook, local community activist and founder of the Youth EmpowHERment movement providing opportunities for teens and girls. The event will be hosted by Nolimit Larry host of The Nolimit Larry & The Morning Maddhouse show on CBS Radio’s WPEG Power 98 in Charlotte. Charlotte-based Recording Artists Bettie Grind and Mr. 704, along with A Dot, will be hosting the Live-stream, and spoken word poet Bluz will give a performance.