Saturday, 6/26 at 11:00am PST, the NWPC will be hosting a wonderful symposium on Voting Rights and the Preservation of the American Democracy. 
I’d be so thrilled if you could join us. It’s an excellent panel of women, from all backgrounds. Our Keynote Speaker is Dr. Shirley Weber, CA Secretary of State. Secretary Weber is the first-ever African American to serve as Secretary of State in California history, continuing her lifelong dedication to defending civil rights and protecting our democratic process at this critical time. Dr. Weber will speak on election certification.  
Our Special Guest Speaker is Congresswoman Maxine Waters, 43rd Congressional District. Congresswoman Waters is currently in her 15th term in the House. She is the most senior of the twelve black women currently serving in Congress. As a powerful voice in the fight against voter suppression, Congresswoman Waters was integral in the passage of the HR-1 bill – “For the People Act of 2021”, of which she will speak about in the Symposium. 
Please register below! And share with your colleagues!

When: Jun 26, 2021 10:45 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Topic: National Diversity Symposium “Voting Rights: The Key to American Democracy”

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“Voting is a fundamental right. It is 100 years since Women won the right to vote. Protecting Women’s voting rights is the crux of American democracy.”