Join us for the virtual premiere of Uncivil War on Thursday, June 18 at 7 p.m. Please RSVP today!
No need to leave your house. Just click here to register and the morning of the event we will email you a link. Right before 7 p.m. on June 18th you can click on the link and join voting rights advocates from around the state in viewing this important film. After the film, which runs 55 minutes, you will get the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion with the filmmaker and Indiana voting rights activists.
Uncivil War is directed by Indiana native Tom Glynn and in interviews with experts, politicians and activists (including me!). It examines our system of government and lays bare the very real risks facing our democracy. From disinformation campaigns to voter suppression and gerrymandering, Uncivil War makes it clear that voters in Indiana, and across the country, are vulnerable to these attacks.
In addition to being an important opportunity for us to educate our community about voter suppression and its impact on our state, the funds raised at the screening will be dedicated to our public mapping website project. The best way we can combat partisan gerrymandering in Indiana next year is to make the process transparent and inclusive of all Hoosiers. This is particularly relevant right now as the 2020 Census and next year’s round of redistricting are coming up.
Help us get a head start on this project by joining us for our virtual premier.
Thanks for all you do,
Julia Vaughn, Policy Director
and the team at Common Cause Indiana