News Briefing - Challenging the New Redistricting Lines in Prince William County, VA. - Tuesday, June 7th
FIGHTING FOR THE MINORITY VOTE
Challenging the New Redistricting Lines in Prince William County, VA.
--A TEST CASE FOR SUBURBAN AMERICA?
Learn what one group of civic activists is doing to challenge a county's redistricting lines that divide HIspanic, Asian and black populations into multiple districts, diluting the minority vote. What's happening in Prince William County, Va., could be a blueprint for fast-growing minority communities in other suburbs around the country.
What: the 2010 Census reveals about the growing ethnic minority vote in America's suburbs
How: redistricting could increase or diminish minority voting power
Why: Virginia New Majority is waging a "war of maps"
Where: Meaza restaurant
5700 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA
(parking out front)
When: Tuesday, June 7, 11 am to 1 pm (lunch included)
RSVP to: Anthony Advincula
email@example.com 212-929-2773 or
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