The Racial Generation Gap: Implications for Our County and Our Democracy

The Racial Generation Gap: What does it mean for Whatcom County? What does it mean for democracy?

This educational program offered an exploration of the changing demographics our country is experiencing, specifically the opportunities and challenges that face Whatcom County and our League as we address issues of equity, diversity and inclusion, as all of us strive to make democracy work. The program video is available thanks to the Center for New Media.

Dark Money - A Political Thriller Concerning Impacts of Untraceable Money in Politics

The League is co-presenting showings of this film at the Pickford on September 18 at 6:30 pm and September 22 at 3:00 pm.  Tickets & Trailer are available here:   LWV Member Jill Bernstein will moderate a panel discussion following both screenings to provide an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and talk about the film and it's relevance to our local and national political scene. Panelists include local attorney Phil Buri, and educators Kay Wolsborn and Michou Yenokida. 

Voting: The Heart of Democracy

Join the League and the Bellingham Public Library on April 21 for an educational program, "Voting: The Heart of Democracy." Diana Bradrick, Whatcom County Chief Deputy Auditor, will discuss voting patterns in local, state, and federal elections; voting integrity in Whatcom County; and how to engage voters. We will also hear from Margaret Morales, Senior Research Associate at Sightline Institute, and the group FairVote Whatcom. Enter through the doors off the green at the back library (210 Central Avenue, Bellingham); doors open at 9:30 a.m., and the program begins at 10 a.m.

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