The event will explore themes of political polarization, voter disenfranchisement, and the role of the media in the United States within the context of this year's upcoming elections. Our distinguished speakers are experts on some of the most salient issues affecting the country. Yael Bromberg is a constitutional lawyer specializing in litigation on behalf of youth voter rights and is Chief Counsel of Voting Rights at the Andrew Goodman Foundation. Erik Wemple is a media critic with the Washington Post who focuses on political rhetoric and the cable-news industry, and is a Hamilton alumnus.
Please note that there are a limited number of seats. Tickets are free of charge. Students, faculty, and community members must present tickets to gain entry to the event. In order to guarantee that you will have your seat, please arrive early to the event.
Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.