Events This Week: App Launch Party and Debate Watch Party
We hope that you can join us for two special events this week!
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Join LatinoJustice PRLDEF in celebrating the launch of Cada Voto Cuenta (Every Vote Counts), LatinoJustice's Voter Protection Smartphone Application designed to enable nonpartisan volunteers and the general public to serve as eyes and ears on the ground during election season and to instantly report voter suppression tactics, language barriers, or other types of discrimination they might encounter.
The app will allow voters to immediately report voting violations they might encounter on Election Day. The voter will open the app and fill out a report that immediately sent to LatinoJustice for legal voting rights review.
When:October 18th, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Where: Civic Hall, 156 5th Ave, 2nd floor, New York, NY
RSVP to Lydiette Diaz: firstname.lastname@example.org
The LatinoJustice Lideres Board invites you to a live viewing of the final Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Prior to the debate, Juan Cartagena will lead a discussion on the importance of this presidential election, both generally and for the Latino community. We will also talk about our Cada Voto Cuenta Voter Protection Project and the importance of protecting and exercising our voting rights in the wake of the gutting of the Voting Rights Act.
Complimentary wine, beer, signature drinks, and hors d’oeuvres during the first hour.
Make sure you buy your tickets on our website ahead of time to save your spot for this LJP Lideres event and to support LatinoJustice’s ongoing Civil Rights litigation.
Tickets are $20 for entry or $35 for entry plus a LatinoJustice swag bag. You can purchase your tickets here.