Race, Political Power, and American Democracy: Rethinking Voting Rights Law and Policy for a Divided Nation

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Race, Political Power, and American Democracy: Rethinking Voting Rights Law and Policy for a Divided Nation

Guy-Uriel Charles, Charles J. Ogletree, Jr. Professor of Law at Harvard Law School

Professor Charles studies election law, race and law, and constitutional law, and directs theCharles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard. He is co-editor of Race, Reform, and Regulation of the Electoral Process: Recurring Puzzles in American Democracy, and is at work on a new book, on which this lecture is based. This lecture is also the Penn Program on Regulation’s 2021 Distinguished Regulation Lecture, as well as a 2021 Public Interest Week event.


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University of Pennsylvania Law School
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