National HBCU Voting Summit 2020
September 10-11, 2020
This November, Americans will experience one of the most critical elections of our lifetime. Even though Millennials and Gen Zers make up one of the largest voting-eligible groups in the country, students—especially Black students—are up against some of the most egregious voter suppression tactics aided by systemic racism and the COVID-19 pandemic.
That’s why on September 10 and 11, The Andrew Goodman Foundation—in partnership with Fair Election Center’s Campus Vote Project and Students Learn Students Vote Coalition—will convene the first-ever National HBCU Voting Summit. Hosted by Alabama A&M University, this virtual conference will bring together HBCUs from around the country to prepare students to vote in 2020 and beyond.
Students, faculty, and administrators representing 40+ Historically Black Colleges and Universities nationwideBack to Top
A two-day virtual conference for HBCUs to come together to plan, share, and support each other to increase youth voter turnout in 2020. Register Today for the 2020 National HBCU Voting SummitBack to Top
- National HBCU Voting Summit Opening Dinner | Thursday, Sept. 10 from 7-9PM ET
- National HBCU Voting Summit | Friday, Sept. 11 from 11AM-4PM ET
Virtual attendance only via Hopin. The Opening Dinner will also be livestreamed on Facebook.Back to Top
- ABOUTAGF's mission is to make young voices and votes a powerful force in democracy by training the next generation of leaders, engaging young voters, and challenging restrictive voter suppression laws. The organization is named after Andrew Goodman, a 20-year-old college student and Freedom Summer volunteer who was murdered by the KKK in 1964 along with James Chaney and Michael Schwerner while registering Black Americans to vote in Mississippi.Back to Top