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This week we welcome Shelly Clark, with the League of Women Voters, to discuss the critical voter suppression issue and how we can address this attack as a individuals and as a community.

About our speaker: 

I relocated to Florida from Columbus, Ohio in 2008 after 30 years of professional experience in state and local
government administration, law and politics; and 10 years as a foster parent helping raise 4 teenage girls.
I received my BA in Political Science from Bowling Green State University; and my JD from Capital University
Law School. I went to law school when I was middle-aged, primarily to enhance the government career I had
already embraced, but while there, developed a cynicism toward it all, which led me to teaching. Although I
believe that to be my true calling, I find even worse systemic limitations.
For the last few years I have taught part-time: history, critical thinking and ethics in secondary and post-
secondary classrooms including 8 years at Gulf Coast State College as an Adjunct Professor in Social Sciences.
I currently serve on the Board of the Friends of the Bay County Public Library; and as President of the Bay
County League of Women Voters.
Favorite quote: “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” Frederick Douglass