On October 19, the Washington D.C. Lawyer chapter of the American Constitution Society presented a conversation on: Millennials and Money in Politics.
Emerging thought leaders and activists discussed the urgent need for democratic change in areas including judicial elections, public financing, and the role of money in politics
The panel was moderated by Free Speech For People millennial and counsel, Scott Greytak. Panelists included Austin Belali of Democracy Alliance; Brendan Fisher of the Campaign Legal Center; Allie Boldt of Demos; and Aquene Freechild of Public Citizen.
Millennials have the most to lose — or gain — in the fight for an equitable and responsive democracy. Join us for a candid conversation about what new ideas for fixing our democracy are possible with a new progressive majority on the U.S. Supreme Court, including ideas impacting judicial elections, public financing, a more racially diverse democracy movement, and the overall role of money in politics for the soon-to-be largest voting bloc in American history.
Coverage of the event was provided by C-SPAN 2.
Photo: C-SPAN 2