Election 2020 Related Events and Resources
September 22, 2020
The following list aggregates the election events that have happened or are being planned for the Lewis & Clark community. More details and links will be added as they are received.
September 22: National Voter Registration Day
September 29: First Presidential Debate, hosted by Speech and Debate, Rhetoric and Media Studies
October 7: Vice Presidential Debate, hosted by Speech and Debate, Rhetoric and Media Studies
October 9: Why does voting matter? Wokeshop hosted by Inclusion and Multicultural engagement
October 9: The presidential election and all it means, discussion hosted by Gente Latina Unida
October 15: SLC attends RACE TALKS - Engaging Democracy, hosted by Student Leadership and Service
October 21: Lewis & Clark Debriefs Race Talks, hosted by Student Leadership and Service
October 22: Second Presidential Debate, hosted by Speech and Debate and Rhetoric and Media Studies
October 27: Oregon Humanities’ Talks and SLS Presents Democracy, Transition and Significance, hosted by Student Leadership and Service
Care Packages for Stress Relief During the Election, hosted by Inclusion and Multicultural Education
- Loving Kindness Meditation for Election Day, hosted by Spiritual Life
- Election Night Viewing event, hosted by Speech and Debate, Rhetoric and Media Studies, and ASLC. Request a zoom link to attend.
- Great Expectations Election Night Viewing event, hosted by Inclusion and Multicultural Education
- Discussing the 2020 Election through Multiple Lenses: Law, International Affairs, and American Politics, hosted by Advancement. The L&C campus community of students, faculty and staff are invited to join our expert faculty panelists for this event. This discussion will feature Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus Bill Funk, Joseph M. Ha Associate Professor of International Affairs Elizabeth Bennett, and Assistant Professor of Political Science with Term John Holzwarth.
- A Post-election Opportunity for Community Dialogue, campus-wide dialogue hosted by Student Life and Spiritual Life. This is an opportunity on the day after the election for members of the L&C community to gather together on Zoom, and additionally for some CAS students to gather in person in a socially distanced, safe classroom environment in the JR Howard classrooms. Please RSVP by noon on November 4.
- Trans and Non-binary folks process the election, hosted by TransActive and Student Leadership and Service
- Community Debrief and Processing Drop-in with IME, hosted by Inclusion and Multicultural Education
- On Being Discussions on Race & Healing, hosted by Spiritual Life. Students, faculty, and staff from all three schools are invited to a special discussion after the election.
- Election Art Therapy, hosted by the Graduate School of Education and Counseling
- BIPOC Post Election Debrief, hosted by IME/Student Unions