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Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - 2:48pm

What: Community College of Philadelphia hosts CCP Votes, a multi-year civic-engagement initiative designed to engage students in the community and the electoral process.  

CCP students continuously surpass the national average for student voting with a 63.4 percent voting rate in 2016 compared with a rate of 50.4 percent for all college students nationally.

To kick off the event, there will be a voting rights discussion with Barbara R. Arnwine, founder and CEO of the Transformative Justice Coalition, and internationally-recognized expert on voting suppression, followed by a

Voting Rights Pep Rally with free food, music, games, giveaways, and the chance to register on the spot. Students will get a behind-the-scenes look at the City’s new voting machines, and fill out “Why I Vote” cards, which will be placed on the colorful pledge wall. Roary, CCP’s new mascot will also be on hand.

Who: This event is a partnership between Community College of Philadelphia's Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership and The Urban League of Philadelphia.

When: Tuesday, September 24:

- 9:40 - 10:40 a.m., Bonnell Building, Large Auditorium: Discussionon voting rights and suppression by Barbara R. Arnwine, founder and CEO of the Transformative Justice Coalition.
- 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Bonnell Building, Lobby: Voting Rights Pep Rally.

Where: Community College of Philadelphia
Allen T. Bonnell Building
556 N 17th St, just south of Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130


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I went to CCP for a while, then I stopped. I was laid off from my job last September. One of my goals was to just focus on school. So when I was laid off, I took the opportunity to come back. Because of CCP’s policies, a lot of my classes transferred and I was able to come back and only take about three to four classes. My plan after graduation is to begin at La Salle while working part time. My education is so important. I let my work get in the way previously; now I’m taking my education seriously!
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