The Rev. Stephen A. Tillett, president of the Anne Arundel County Branch of the NAACP, heads a panel on ethnicity, social-economic realities and implications for democratic governance. Join in this important discussion and learn about ways you can help to restore representative democracy and secure voting rights for all citizens.
Tillett will also sign copies of his new book, Stop Falling for the Okeydoke: How the Lie of ‘Race’ Continues to Undermine Our Country.
This event coincides with the eighth anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s infamous ruling in Citizens United v. FEC, which effectively abolished limits on corporate campaign spending.
Rev. Stephen A. Tillett President of the Anne Arundel County NAACP and author of Stop Falling for the Okeydoke: How the Lie of ‘Race’ Continues to Undermine Our Country
Dr. William W. Ellis Professor of history and political studies at Washington Adventist University and former senior specialist for the Congressional Research Service
Diamonte Brown Educator, activist for literacy and criminal justice reform, and Get Money Out–Maryland board member.