New England States Development Conference: Part Two

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We are happy to announce the new four part series, and you can tune in on Mondays at 2 PM. Topics will cover the same theme and ideas: The League of Women Voters believes in empowering voters and defending democracy. We are committed to a program that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion. This year's conference will use that lens to empower us to better engage disengaged and disenfranchised voters.


Join a workshop with Yanna Krupnikov, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Stony Brook University. Professor Krupnikov will share her research on the potential for power in information, integrating psychology and political science in order to identify points at which new information can have the most profound effect on the way people form political opinions, make political choices and, ultimately, take political actions. Prof. Krupnikov joins us with the generous support of the Scholars Strategy Network of Maine.


May 4th, 2020 2:00 PM through  3:00 PM
Webinar: Zoom