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Ariela Gross, USC experts reflect on 100 years of women’s suffrage
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Thursday, August 20, 2020
|Professor Ariela Gross noted that the right to vote is still under threat in America today.|
Wilson is on a panel of experts who spoke on Aug. 18 about the significance of the anniversary of women’s suffrage. Others who will appear on the panel shared how much they cherish and want to protect the right to vote, including Allissa Richardson, an assistant professor at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Voter turnout data reveal significant patterns among women voters, notes Mindy Romero, director of the Center for Inclusive Democracy at the USC Price School of Public Policy. They vote, and in many instances, they outvote men.
While the right to vote seems like a given, experts in politics and law note that the right remains under constant threat.
Gould alum becomes first-ever Second Gentleman
January 21, 2021
Inauguration Day was historic for VP Kamala Harris and Douglas Emhoff (JD 1990)
Over 150 law deans join effort.
Man of the moment
January 6, 2021
Professor Jody Armour rises to role of giving context to national protests