Presented by Rosalyn Cooperman, Ph.D. of UMW Tuesday, July 21 at 7 pm
Please join fellow Orange County Dems for a Zoom program featuring guest speaker Dr. Rosalyn Cooperman, Professor of Political Science at the University of Mary Washington.
Dr. Cooperman will present a talk on “Women’s Political Candidacy in the Age of Trump” on Tuesday, July 21 at 7pm via Zoom video conference. There is no cost to attend, but your registration in advance is required in order to receive the Zoom login information. Those without access to Zoom video can still participate by telephone and should indicate phone-only when registering. Please register here using our online form by Monday, July 20.
She will discuss the political candidacy to Congress of women during the Trump era, drawing on examples from the two most recent election cycles, 2018 and 2020. She’ll share her perspective and her research on how women navigate gender and party on the campaign trail. Her talk will be followed by a question and answer period.
Rosalyn Cooperman earned a B.A. in Political Science at Indiana University, Bloomington, and a Ph.D. in Political Science at Vanderbilt University. Her research focuses on women’s political participation, campaign finance, and the political behavior of party activists.
The Zoom login information will be sent to all registrants the day before the program. If you have not used Zoom before, no worries! Please indicate that when you register and a time will be scheduled for Zoom training in advance of the program.
This program is sponsored by the Lake of the Woods Democratic Club in concert with the Orange County Democratic Committee and LOWPAN.
Questions may be directed to Jen Heinz, LOW Dems Program Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you can join us!
Date: June 10, 2020 Time: 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT Call In: 866-757-0756
Join the conversation with Vice President Joe Biden and Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (D-OH). They will discuss the global public health crisis and incidents of hate crimes, which have laid bare the disparities and systemic racism present throughout our nation. The conversation will be moderated by Journalist Ed Gordon, and will provide an opportunity for audience questions
Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP Joe Biden, Former Vice President Marcia Fudge, US Representative (D-OH) Ed Gordon, Journalist
Early this week Abigail Spanberger sent the following message concerning justice for George Floyd.
George Floyd died on the ground, his hands cuffed behind his back, and a sworn officer’s knee on his neck. We have all seen the video of him saying “I can’t breathe” and pleading for them to stop, as his life left his body.
The individuals responsible for George Floyd’s death must be held accountable, and we must all condemn the deaths and murders that have – for generations – stolen the lives of parents, brothers, children, and loved ones, but that’s not enough. As a nation, we must directly confront the bias, hate, and structures that lay the foundation of disparity in our communities, our schools, and our healthcare and justice systems.
George Floyd cannot simply be one more name in a cycle of violence that takes the lives of our fellow Americans and weakens us as a nation and a people. Amid the anguish felt across our country, if you are looking for ways to take action, please consider supporting the NAACP and its #WeAreDoneDying campaign.